Hmmm. Since the output is going to the spooler, then being exported and being 
>From another application. Looks like the J and the Q really aren't needed (for 
>this application)


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[] On Behalf Of Bruce Decker
Sent: Tuesday, January 07, 2014 2:36 PM
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Subject: Re: [U2] JET Command parameters

J= Printer driver.  For printers that use table-drive printer drivers 
such as the HP laserJet to activate letter quality features.
Q=Quality (letter quality)
P=Print to spooler

On 1/7/2014 12:23 PM, George Gallen wrote:
> OK.
> I'm looking at Paragraph that runs "JET-OUT" and passes (J,Q,P)
> What do the J, Q and P signify?
> J=justified?
> Q=quiet?
> P=to the printer?
> George Gallen
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