^CW – Font Identifier -
All built-in fonts are referenced using a one-character identifier. The ^CW command assigns a single
alphanumeric character to a font stored in DRAM, memory card, EPROM, or Flash.
If the assigned character is the same as that of a built-in font, the downloaded font is used in place of
the built-in font. The new font is printed on the label wherever the format calls for the built-in font. If
used in place of a built-in font, the change is in effect only until power is turned off.
If the assigned character is different, the downloaded font is used as an additional font. The
assignment remains in effect until a new command is issued or the printer is turned off.
Example: These examples show how to use:
• MYFONT.FNT stored in DRAM whenever a format calls for Font A:
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I read the document, was not helpful.
Please provide some ZPL code.
PUT YOUR LABEL ZPL CODE HERE
^FX Top section with company logo, name and address.
^FO220,100^FD1000 Shipping Lane^FS
^FO220,135^FDShelbyville TN 38102^FS
^FO220,170^FDUnited States (USA)^FS
^FX Second section with recipient address and permit information.
^FO50,340^FD100 Main Street^FS
^FO50,380^FDSpringfield TN 39021^FS
^FO50,420^FDUnited States (USA)^FS
^FX Third section with barcode.
^FX Fourth section (the two boxes on the bottom).
^FO100,960^FDShipping Ctr. X34B-1^FS
replace a few words in Example 2 with your own and try to print (label 203dpi)
Can you give me your TT0003M_.TTF font ?