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Get PCL statement to invoke OCR-A font

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I installed an OCR-A font on a Xerox WorkCentre 7665 using the Xerox Font Management Utility.  However, now the developer has informed me I need to provide him the PCL statement to invoke the font.  I don't have it and need this immediately.  I will buy a new OCR-A font if I can validate it will come with the PCL statement to invoke it.  Time is against me at this point.  
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I'm not familiar with Xerox printers, but with HP LaserJet devices, printing off a 'PCL Typeface List' (invoked via one of the front panel menu items, or Embedded Web Server equivalent) will show a list of all the installed PCL fonts, and for each font will show the PCL5 font selection escape sequence.

Such a list will usually group the fonts into standard ROM-resident ones, those found on inserted SIMMs/DIMMs/cartridges/etc., and those soft fonts which have been downloaded for the current session.
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