Control panel reset
Enabling a macro for overlay
Factory default environment The collection of printer settings that have been made to the printer before it leaves
A reset or factory reset performed using the printer control panel.
A method of shading using perpendicular diagonal lines that cross one another.
The current unit type in use in HP-GL and HP-GL/2 mode. Current units are either
user units or graphics units depending on whether an SC command has been used.
Although the printer does not have a cursor, it is sometimes easier to visualize the
printer's operation in terms of a cursor that can be moved from place to place on the
The current position of the imaginary cursor.
A unit of measure equal to 1/720".
A set of HP-GL and HP-GL/2 mode settings that you restore using the DF;
command. The default conditions are a subset of the initial settings.
The graphic image that is already in place on a page and to which the source image
is applied in the LaserJet series print model.
A unit of measure equal to 1/600", the smallest increment that the cursor can
A character font that can be downloaded from your computer to the printer. You
can either buy Downloadable fonts or create your own. A downloadable font
consists of a font descriptor block followed by a character code, character
descriptor block and the data for each character in the font.
The process of sending either a font, a macro or a graphic image from your
computer to the printer.
The area of the page on which HP-GL and HP-GL/2 output can appear. The
effective window is determined by the overlap of the logical page, the PCL picture
frame, the hard clip and the soft clip limits.
A mode of operation in which the printer imitates the functions of a different
A macro that is enabled for overlay runs as the final operation before each page is
printed, using the macro overlay environment printer settings.
The Esc character followed by a string of other characters that tell the printer which
operation to perform.
the factory. You can reset the printer to the factory settings either by using a
printer command or using the control panel.
A reset in which LaserJet mode is made the current emulation mode and the factory
default environment is restored.
A shading applied to a shape that you have drawn.