You can map local printer fonts to typestyle IDs used in AS/400 documents. You can then insert these typestyle IDs into source documents on the AS/400, and assign various font, style, and size configurations to these typestyle IDs.
If you don't map typestyle IDs to fonts, InfoConnect attempts to match the font. However, the output may only approximate what is specified in the documents.
To map a typestyle ID to a font
Open a 5250 printer session.
From the printer panel, click thebutton.
From thedialog box, click the button.
From thedialog box, type a number in the text box.
Select a font, font size, and font style.
A line similar to the following is added to thebox:
In this case, the display shows that text associated with typestyle ID 151 will be printed in 10-point Courier, in a regular style (that is, neither bold nor italic).