SHADOW TEXT USING PCL5 PRINT MODELLegend: Ec = [Ctrl] [P] [Escape] in Dos EDIT The following print model commands demonstrate how to perform shadow printing on PCL 5 printers: Ec*v0N--Specifies the character and character cell (source image) as transparent. Ec*v1O--Specifies that the characters (pattern) be printed in an opaque mode. Ec*c#G--Specifies a percentage of shade in the printed characters. Ec*v2T--Allows the characters (pattern) to be printed as shaded characters rather than black characters. EXAMPLE EcE Reset. Ec*p1500y300X Absolute Cursor Position vertically 1500 dots and horizontally 300 dots. Ec*v0N Sets source transparency mode as transparent. Ec*v1O Sets pattern transparency mode as opaque. Ec(s1p200v1s3b4101T 200 point CG Times font. Ec*c70G 70% Gray shading. Ec*v2T HP defined shading pattern. CSC Text Ec*p1525y325X Absolute Cursor Position vertically 1525 dots and horizontally 325 dots. Ec*c90G 90% Gray shading. Ec*v2T HP defined shading pattern. CSC Text Ec*p1550y350X Cursor position. Ec*c100G 100% Gray shading. Ec*v2T HP defined shading pattern. CSC Text EcE Reset. Copyright Hewlett-Packard Co. 1993 The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Hewlett-Packard shall not be liable for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the use of this material.
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