|Multiple Pass Printer (MPP) is a program which allows you to create documents with darker than normal print.|
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Multiple Pass Printer
By: Mike Heyda
Multiple Pass Printer (MPP) is a program which allows you
to create documents with darker than normal print. I know
what you are thinking and it is not boldface. This program
goes back and re-prints the line any number of times you
MPP supports any control codes sent in a normal text
document (ex. boldface and underline codes). It will not how-
ever read files in special written formats, it must be in
text file (TYPEable format).
You will need several things to run MPP:
1) a printer
2) a document in text format
3) your printer's codes for reverse linefeed, linefeed, and
forward linefeed. These can be found in your printer
There are three files in the MPP.ARC file. They are MPP.DOC
(this documentation), MPP.EXE (the file to run) and
CONFIG.MPP. The first two are pretty much self explanatory.
However CONFIG.MPP is the configuration file for MPP. It
holds the codes to run your printer. The one included will
run on all C. Itoh printers. If you do not have a C. Itoh
printer please delete CONFIG.MPP. For those of you who do
have a C. Itoh go ahead and run MPP.EXE and follow the
For those of you who do not have a C. Itoh, read carefully.
1) Delete the file CONFIG.MPP
2) Have this documentation printed out using DOS print
3) Run MPP
4) Type "C" at the prompt to create a config file
5) If you don't understand write with the info specified to
3332 Foxford Ct.
Doraville, Ga. 30340
6) Else, follow the directions
7) Do not delete the CONFIG.MPP file unless you are
If you find this program of value, please send any contribu-
tions to the address above.
Look for newer versions of this program with more functions
and a selection menu. For those with non-Prowriter, please
send a photocopy of ALL the printer codes so I can try to
make a universal printer controler.
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