^WD
^WD

^WD

The
^WD
command is used to print a label listing bar codes, objects stored in DRAM, or fonts.

Print Directory Label

For bar codes, the list shows the name of the bar code. For fonts, the list shows the name of the font, the number to use with
^A
command, and size. For objects stored in DRAM, the list shows the name of the object, extension, size, and option flags. All lists are enclosed in a double-line box.
Format:
^WDd:o.x
Parameters
Details
d =
source device — optional
Values:
R:
,
E:
,
B:
,
A:
and
Z:
Default:
R:
o =
object name — optional
Values:
1
to
8
alphanumeric characters
Default:
*  The use of a
?
(question mark) is also allowed.
x =
extension — optional
.TTF
and
.TTE
are only supported in firmware version V60.14.x, V50.14.x, or later.
Values:
any extension conforming to Zebra conventions
.FNT =
font
.BAR =
bar code
.ZPL =
stored ZPL format
.GRF =
GRF graphic
.CO =
memory cache
.DAT =
font encoding
.BAS =
ZBI encrypted program
.BAE =
ZBI encrypted program
.STO =
data storage
.PNG =
PNG graphic
 * =
all objects.
TTF =
TrueType Font
.TTE =
True Type Extension
Default:
*
 The use of a
?
(question mark) is also allowed.
Example:
To print a label listing all objects in DRAM, enter:
^XA ^WDR:*.* ^XZ
Example:
To print a label listing all resident bar codes, enter:
^XA ^WDZ:*.BAR ^XZ
Example:
To print a label listing all resident fonts, enter:
^XA ^WDZ:*.FNT ^XZ