Reverse type printing from iSeries

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AS/400
AS/400 printing
iSeries printing
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I am trying to print some reverse image (white text on black background) lines from an iSeries on a document. I am using FNTCHRSET(QFNTCPL/CODOGR10 QFNTCPL/T1V10037) at field level in the DDS. I am using DEVTYPE(*AFPDS) for the print file - the printers (IBM InfoPrint32 and HP1100) are configured TYPE(*IPDS) AFP(*YES). There is an override, but it only affirms DEVTYPE(*AFPDS). The document prints without generating error messages but the lines with the reverse image font print with the document default, ignoring the requested font change. What am I missing? ****** CL OVRPRTF ************** OVRPRTF FILE(SF7001PF) DEVTYPE(*AFPDS) OUTQ(PRT02) + FORMTYPE(BARCODE)SAVE*YES) ********** PRTF Compile options DEVTYPE*AFPDS PAGESIZE 88 84 LPI 8 OVFLW 74 PRT02 FORMTYPEBARCODE SAVE *YES COPIES 1

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