When you print over TCP/IP using the Print Screen key or the workstation customization (WSCST) tag FNTGRP, the font size in the output is too small. The font size is correct when you use a spool file with PCL macros or you use the OVRPRTF command.
When you print to a laser printer, the print size is reduced by default to ensure that the whole print-out fits on the page. This is called Computer Output Reduction, or *COR, and is the default value in the PAGRTT parameter in the PRTF commands.
To better control the printing, use the OVRPRTF command to set your own page rotation (PAGRTT), characters per inch (CPI), and lines per inch (LPI):
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