This Note describes the printing capabilities available through Rand's unclassified Text Processors. It covers the basic print command, how to print files formatted with macros, how to print files containing OCL (Operator Control Language), how to print files with different type fonts, how to print on different kinds of paper, and how to log on to WYLBUR to check the status of a print request.
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