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Using Logos with WordPerfect 5.1
Load Font
... this contains the WP keywords and/or escape sequences to load the font
from the font path you specify later. This usually consists of a "
" keyword, a
" function and a "
" keyword and looks something like:
font DOWNLOAD("AA1234XX.ZZZ")perm
Replace the quoted filename ("
") with the filename from the distribution
media (e.g. "
"). Then change the "
keyword to the "Set FontID#"
escape sequence" as follows (the FontID# is 5001 in this example):
[27]"*c5001D" DOWNLOAD("MYLOGO01.HPF")perm
Select Font
This section contains the control string to select your downloaded font for
printing. The original string may look something like:
us hv
Replace this expression with the PCL "Select Primary Font" sequence using the FontID#
which you assigned above. The results will look like:
Make sure the FontID# is the same as in the Load Font section.
1. 6. Use \Key{Exit} (several times) to return to the top-most screen and save the
Font ID#'s (HP Printers only) -- Must be in the range 0--32767. WordPerfect begins numbering at 2001. We
suggest starting with 5001 (unless you have more than 3000 fonts).
Be sure to use the correct PTR syntax when typing in the Load and Select strings. Ascii byte values are
entered in brackets [27] and literal text goes in double quotes "...". The syntax is checked by the PTR utility
before you move to a new section.
Document your additions!
Use this procedure if you receive a new
If you have other standalone PC's which will use the graphic font, move a copy of the modified
file to
them rather than the printer resource
file referred to below -- this preserves local settings.
(Step 3) Updating user
printer files.
In this step we update a local Printer Resource
file. The
file is basically a copy of a portion of the
file plus user settings. The update procedure creates a new copy of the
information and leaves the
user settings intact.
Open a document which uses the printer definition which you have just modified.
1. Press
2. Press \Key{S} to Select printer.
3. Press \Key{7} to Update the printer information from the
file. If errors (e.g. "Access denied", "Invalid
path") occur during the update, check your installation. Updating takes a few seconds.
4. Press \Key{Exit} to return to the printer Edit screen.
5. Press \Key{6} to set the directory path for downloadable fonts. This should be the same path which you
used in step (1) above.
6. Press \Key{Exit} to return to the Select Printer screen.

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