Modifying font mappings from text blocks

After you create character set, coded font, or code page mappings from text blocks in an AFP file, you can modify or delete the font mappings.
To modify or delete a font mapping:
  1. In Ricoh Visual Workbench, open a sample AFP file.
  2. Click Resources → Modify Font Mapping.
  3. Select the name of a font mapping.
  4. Do one of these:
    • Click Modify or double-click. You see the Modify Font Mapping window. Do one of these, depending on which font mapping type you selected:
      • For Character Set, do one of these:
        • Select a different global identifier from the drop-down list. You can click Show Common to view which character sets currently use the selected global identifier and then click X in the upper right corner to close the window.
        • Click Add to create a new global identifier:
          1. Type a 1- to 5- digit identifer in the Global Identifier field.
          2. Click Show CharSets to view which character sets currently use the selected global identifier. Click X in the upper right corner to close the window.
          3. Modify the point size.
          4. Select a family name and style for the Java font from the drop-down lists.
          5. Click OK.
        The family name and style for the Java font are updated.
      • For Coded Font, edit the AFP character set name, AFP code page name, or both.
      • For Code Page:
        1. Select a different global identifier from the drop-down list.
        2. Click Show Common to view which code pages currently use the selected global identifier. Click X in the upper right corner to close the window.
        The Java character set name is updated.
      Click OK. The font mapping is modified.
    • Click Delete or press the Delete key on your keyboard. The font mapping is removed.
  5. To close the Modify Font Mappings window, click X in the upper right corner.
    The font mapping is updated in the control file. To keep the font mapping changes, save the control file before exiting the AFP file.
 
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