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Printing bold, italic, small and big letter from SAP

Here is an example of how to print bold, italic, small and big letter from SAP. To achive this you would have to use following commands:
new-page print on
and
print-control

See the provided code for reference.


REPORT YTEST NO STANDARD PAGE HEADING LINE-SIZE 80 LINE-COUNT 65.
* Example of printing bold, italic, small and big letter from SAP
* Autor: Andrzej Wanicki
* Date:  2002.07.19

NEW-PAGE PRINT ON.

PRINT-CONTROL FONT 1 LPI 6.
* you can try to change font and LPI numbers
WRITE: / 'font 1 lpi 6'.

PRINT-CONTROL FONT 2 LPI 6.
WRITE: / 'font 2 lpi 6'.

PRINT-CONTROL FONT 3 LPI 6.
WRITE: / 'font 3 lpi 6'.

* Parameters for function below should be taken from your printer
* configuration in SAP - check SPAD transaction -
* standard print control
* print-control position 1 function: 'CI006', 'SF015'.

NEW-PAGE PRINT OFF.

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This was first published in July 2002

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