FNTSRC (font source) allows you to set the default for font selection. After you print
a font list, you will see the fonts listed as internal fonts or soft fonts (see page 90).
Selects internal (resident) fonts.
Selects permanent soft fonts. Permanent soft fonts are downloaded
to the printer's memory by software applications. These fonts are
not erased from memory once a job is completed. They remain in
RAM until the printer is turned off.
Selects fonts that have been downloaded and stored in the optional
Canon Flash ROM Module FR-32.
FONTNUM (font number) allows you to set the font default by its number. The printer
assigns a font number to every typeface. Print a PCL Font List to see the numbers
assigned to the fonts. The font number (Font #) is the first column in the list (see page 91).
You must select FNTSRC (font source) before FONTNUM will appear.
If the currently selected font does not support the orientation or symbol set
you've selected, the printer control panel font selection returns to the 000
factory default setting.
Courier is selected unless you change the setting.
1 to 999
To increase the number, press Value. You can quickly scroll
through the numbers in increments of 10 by holding down Value.
To decrease the number, press Shift and Value, or press and hold
Shift and Value to move backward quickly in decrements of 10.
The font souce is shown in the Font List by the first character on every line:
Internal (resident) fonts
Flash ROM fonts
The Standard Printing Environment Settings