Recall Stored Format Command
Recall Stored Format Command

Recall Stored Format Command

The
^XF
(Recall Format) command recalls a stored format to be merged with variable data. There can be multiple
^XF
commands and they can be located anywhere in the label format.
When recalling a stored format and merging data utilizing the
^FN
(Field Number) function, the calling format must contain the ^FN command to merge the data properly.
While the use of stored formats will reduce transmission time, no formatting time is saved because the format being recalled was saved as text strings that need to be formatted at print time.
These are examples of using the stored format:
Working with Stored Format commands involves designing and saving a stored format, then recalling and merging the format with some variable data.
The following is an example of how to use the various Stored Format commands. First, enter the following format and send it to the printer. Notice that no label is printed. (DATA Indicator went On and Off.)
Second, enter the following format and send it to the printer. The label shown will be printed.