Need printer control code for font selection

Posted on 2004-10-27
Last Modified: 2013-12-03
I need to switch to compressed printing for a generic/text only printer in WinXP.  The printer is Wasp WRP-8055; it is Epson emulated.  In the properties of the printer, there is a Font Selection tab where 10, 12, or 17 cpi can be selected.  I need to know the control code that needs to be put in.
Question by:MashaCPA
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    The codes did not help for the generic/text only driver, but it is useful to have the list.  Thanks!
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    Well, it was as much as I could find.    90% of the references indicate you need to PURCHASE the Epson programming reference guide......

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