Various HP LaserJet: Printer Control Language (PCL) to help to increase the left margin


Escape sequences the PCL (GUE, printer reset, set left offset, move the horizontal slider) in the separator page will be almost certainly ignored if (as is likely) your application is the use of standard Windows printer driver to generate the print job, because orders generated:

  • Will begin with another sequence of LSE, which resets the default power values (so too riding all the separator page settings).
  • Will contain the size of the page selection and definition of margin sequences as requested by the calling application.

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