Increase the font size in report generated through WRKQRY

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Is there any way we can increase the font size in report generated through WRKQRY? I have an OVRPRTF in my CL program with parameters OVRPRTF FILE(QPQUPRFIL) PAGESIZE(*N 228) CPI(20) . Please let me know by changing any of the parameters in OVRPRTF will change the font size or is it purely dependent on the printer setup?

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  • TomLiotta
    Easiest is probably by using the FONT() parameter of the OVRPRTF command. Set a font identifier and/or a point size with that parameter. -- Tom
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  • RamvishakRamesh

    Where do I find Font Identifier Codes for changing fonts on AS/400 printouts ? If I sue Font(*CPI) what value I have to give for CPI?

    Note :- The width of the report is required to be till 228.

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