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       grolj4 [ -lv ] [ -d[n] ] [ -cn ] [ -ppaper_size ] [ -wn ]
              [ -Fdir ] [ files... ]

       It is possible to have whitespace between a  command  line
       option and its parameter.


       grolj4  is a driver for groff that produces output in PCL5
       format suitable for an HP Laserjet 4 printer.

       There is an additional drawing command available:

       \D'R dh dv'
              Draw a rule (solid black rectangle), with one  cor­
              ner  at  the  current  position, and the diagonally
              opposite corner at the current  position  +(dh,dv).
              Afterwards  the  current  position  will  be at the
              opposite corner.  This generates a PCL fill rectan­
              gle  command,  and so will work on printers that do
              not support HPGL/2 unlike the other \D commands.


       -cn    Print n copies of each page.

       -l     Print the document with a landscape orientation.

       -d [n] Use duplex mode n:  1 is  long-side  binding;  2 is
              short-side binding; default is 1.

       -psize Set  the  paper  size to size, which must be one of
              letter, legal, executive, a4, com10,  monarch,  c5,
              b5, dl.

       -v     Print the version number.

       -wn    Set  the default line thickness to n thousandths of
              an em.

       -Fdir  Prepend directory dir/devlj4 to the search path for
              font and device description files.

       The  following four commands are available additionally in
       the DESC file:

       pclweight N
              The integer value N must be in the range -7 to  +7;
              default is 0.

       pclstyle N
              The  integer  value  N  must  be  in the range 0 to
              32767; default is 0.
              Font description file for font F.

              Macros for use with grolj4.


       Small dots.


       groff(1),    troff(1),    groff_out(5),     groff_font(5),

Groff Version 1.17.2       27 June 2001                 GROLJ4(1)
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