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Language Pcl LJ2008


     This command specifies a new width for the logical pen.
     The pen width can be specified as a fixed value or a
     relative value based on the distance between P1 and P2.
     The units for measurement in the PW command are
     selected with the WU command (the default is metric).
     For more information see the PCL 5 Printer Language
     Technical Reference Manual. The syntax for the PW
     command is as follows:
     PW width,[pen]; or PW;
     LEGEND: Ec = [Ctrl] [P] [Esc] in DOS EDIT.
     EcE                           Resets the printer.
     Ec%0B                         Enters HP-GL/2 mode.
     IN;                           Initializes HP-GL/2 mode.
     SP1;                          Selects pen number 1,
                                   (black). Even though
                                   there is no physical pen,
                                   the SP command must be
                                   used to enable printing.
     PA3500,2500;                  Specifies absolute
                                   plotting and moves to
                                   location (3500,2500)
     1800,3500,1500,3500,2500;     Selects a pen width of
                                   1.5 mm. Sets thepen down
                                   and draws a line from the
                                   current pen position to
                                   (4500,2800), to
                                   (4500,1800), to
                                   (3500,1500), and to
     1900,3500,1500;               Sets the pen width to .8
                                   mm and places the pen
                                   down to print a line to
                                   (2300,2900) to
                                   (2300,1900), and to
     3200,4500,2800;               Sets the pen width to .5
                                   mm and puts the pen up to
                                   move to (2300,2900). Puts
                                   the pen down and draws a
                                   line to (3300,3200) to
     PD3500,2100;                  Sets the pen width to .25
                                   mm and puts the pen up to
                                   move to location
                                   (4500,1800); puts the pen
                                   down to draw a line to
     Ec%0A                         Enters PCL mode.
     EcE                           Sends a reset to end the
                                   job and eject the page.

          Note:  Due to space limitations, some
                 of the above lines of code
                 appear on more than one line.
                 When entering them in DOS Edit
                 they should be on one line.

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   The information contained herein is subject to change
                      without notice.
   Hewlett-Packard shall not be liable for incidental or
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