how to print a string in bigger font in report in as400

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AS/400 Spool Files
hi,My question is ,i have a report generated in spool where i want a string (for eg; customer name) in bigger font.Is it possible in as400 (like we do it in ms-word) ? If so how?

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Yes, this can be done.
If you create an externally defined PRTF, the one of the options is using the keyword FONT

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  • WoodEngineer
    This is an example from one of our developers. He wants "SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS" to print larger on a notice we send to truckers.
    A          R HEAD06                                                          
    A                                      SPACEB(2)                             
    A                                     6'***** SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: *****'   
    A                                      FONT(2304 (*POINTSIZE 12) )           
    A                                      SPACEA(1)                             
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  • Supriyoas400
    [...] 5. TomLiotta, HMSSL2K, and CharlieBrowne talked it out with a member trying to find a user-related list of AS/400 libraries. 6. CharlieBrowne and WoodEngineer offer some options for a member wondering how to print a string in bigger font in a report in AS/400. [...]
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