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Author Topic:  Hebrew Fonts will not print
lynn
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From: Germany
posted 2003-06-11 10:43:47 Reply -Delete

When using a Hebrew word processing program, those fonts will not print on any printers, (laserjet 4100). Any ideas? Are there drivers for those types of fonts?
Thanks.

mpcat
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From: USA
posted 2003-06-11 10:45:00 Reply -Delete

Try this:
Go into the driver properties and locate the setting for 'Send True Type as bitmap'. Select or enable this option, apply it, and exit. Open your document (close it before making the change) and test.

That do it?

--- Original Message ---
When using a Hebrew word processing program, those fonts will not print on any printers, (laserjet 4100). Any ideas? Are there drivers for those types of fonts?
Thanks.

Worris
Member

From: Italy
posted 2003-06-11 10:45:49 Reply -Delete

My suggestion is to download PCL 5e driver instead of using PCL 6 driver.

How do you identify PCL 5e or PCL 6 driver? Simply print a small job to a file and view this file with regular editor (such as Notepad). The top portion will show

@PJL ENTER LANGUAGE=PCL (this is PCL 5e driver)

or

@PJL ENTER LANGUAGE=PCLXL (this is PCL 6 driver)


--- Original Message ---

When using a Hebrew word processing program, those fonts will not print on any printers, (laserjet 4100). Any ideas? Are there drivers for those types of fonts?
Thanks.

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