02-19-2007 06:43 AM
On most modern LaserJet devices, it should result in a PCL font list being printed.
It certainly works with a local LJ1320n, but I can't guarantee that it will work with all LaserJet devices.
02-25-2008 02:00 PM
I have the same problem (HP-1320) & note that you have provided the solution a couple of times . . . problem is, the solution is in the form of an attached file, contents unknown.
Could I impose on you to email me a copy of that file ??
02-26-2008 05:11 AM
* download the file (which should have a name of '285997.dia', as given to it by the forum's 'attachment' mechanism.
* 'send' the contents of the file directly to the printer port; how this is done depends on how the device is connected.
For an 'n' (network) model, use the 'lpr' command in a 'command prompt' window:
lpr -S printer-ip-address -P any 285997.dia
For a USB printer, use the 'copy' command:
copy /b 285997.dia \\PC_name\share-name
where the third argument identifies the name of the PC on which the printer has been shared with the given share name.
If you are concerned about what is IN the file, attached is an analysis.
02-26-2008 08:20 AM
Thanks heaps for the instant turn around. I didn't notice (wasn't aware of) the attachment thingee . . . dumb !
Downloaded & copied file to printer - - wonderful !!!
It baffles me that HP, while touting the grand number of internal typefaces in their printers, does such a great job of hiding how to access a list of same............
02-26-2008 08:25 AM
Thanks heaps for the instant turn around. I didn't notice (wasn't aware of) the attachment thingee. Dumb !
Downloaded & copied file to printer - wonderful !!!
It baffles me that HP, while touting the grand number of internal typefaces in their printers, does such a great job of hiding how to access a list of same.
02-26-2008 12:08 PM
Obce in the EWS, there is a section (titled 'Print Info Pages') which allows you to initiate various different configuration prints.