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PCL PAGE MAXIMUM PRINTABLE AREA
     
     LEGEND: Ec = [Ctrl] [P] [Esc] is DOS EDIT
     
     The maximum printable area can be used by adjusting top
     and bottom margins so that the distance between the
     physical page and the first line of text is 1/6 inch
     based on six lines per inch.  The left and right
     margins have a default 1/4 inch and can only be
     adjusted using long edge offset registration.


EXAMPLE OF MAXIMUM TOP AND BOTTOM MARGINS

     EcE                           Reset
     
     Ec&l0O                        Portrait Orientation
                                   Command
     
     Ec&l1E                        Top Margin of 1 line
     
     Ec&l6D                        Line spacing, 6 lines per
                                   inch
     
     Ec&l64F                       Text Length  64 = number
                                   of lines before page
                                   ejects
     
          NOTE:  Avoid setting the top margin or
                 text length to values outside of
                 the printable area as this may
                 cause data loss.  If line
                 spacing is adjusted, text length
                 will need to be adjusted
                 accordingly.


PERFORATION SKIP

     The perforation skip command [Ec&l0L] can also be used
     to disable any top and bottom margins and obtain the
     maximum PCL page.  However, this is not the recommended
     method as data loss will occur unless a form feed is
     sent at the end of each page and a cursor position is
     used for the line at the beginning of the next page.
     

            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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