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How we change font in dos foxpro

We are using Dos Foxpro 2.6. Pl tell me how we change font in foxpro, also is we use laser printer for printing

Manoj Garg
29.01.2009

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SOURCE: foxpro dos programme not printingin usb printer laserjet cp1515

You can access your printer connected to USB port with loop back configuration and print from DOS.
Not only that, you can also print to a printer on the network

Try
Net use lpt1: \\Comp name\ printer name /persisten:yes

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SOURCE: not printing in foxpro 2.6 dos to hp laser jet 1020

You write "type the above line at command prompt". I dont't know Where exactly to write? Can you tell me!

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