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SENDING ESCAPE SEQUENCES IN DOS


INTRODUCTION

     This instruction sheet will explain how to send escape
     sequences to your printer using the DOS editors EDLIN
     and EDIT.
   
     The escape code is sent in EDLIN by holding down the
     "Ctrl" key and pressing "V", then pressing the "[" key.
     A ^[ will show on the screen.  In EDIT, the escape code
     is sent by pressing the "Ctrl", "P", and "Esc" keys in
     that order and a left arrow will be displayed on the
     screen.

EDLIN EXAMPLE

   
     1.   At the C:\ prompt, type EDLIN TEST and press
          "Enter", an (*) will appear. TEST is the name of
          the file.
     
     2.   Type "I" to insert a line.
     
     3.   Enter the escape sequence as shown above followed
          by the PCL commands.
     
     4.   Press "Ctrl", type "C" to end the insert commands;
          an (*) will then appear.
     
     5.   Type "E" and press return to exit and save the
          file.
     

EDIT EXAMPLE
     
     1.   At the C:\ prompt, type EDIT TEST and press
          "Enter", TEST is the name of the file.
     
     2.   Enter the escape sequence as shown above followed
          by the PCL commands.
     
     3.   Press the "Alt" key to access the menu bar, use
          the arrow keys to save and exit under the File
          option.
     
     

            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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