Printing in portrait

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AS/400 printing
Yes, I looked this up via "search" here. It said to do what I was already trying - to OVRPRTF to rotate (90 or *cor). I tried creating the PRTF this way too. 2 different physical printers. Each version comes out in landscape. Any idea what I'm missing ? On V6R1

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ASKED: May 9, 2013  7:51 PM
UPDATED: May 9, 2013  8:43 PM

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  • aceofdelts
    Oh yeah ... I'm about to leave for vacation. So please don't be offended if you ask for more detail and see no reply for a while.
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  • TomLiotta
    First thing needed is the printer. What kind? What connectivity? What driver? Tom
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  • TomLiotta
    And the PRTF object definition would also be helpful. It would help explain why OVRPRTF was needed rather than just using a PRTF that was defined for Portrait. The attributes might not make Portrait feasible. Other attributes might also need overriding. -- Tom
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