The GRAPHICS utility is a TSR (terminate-and-stay-resident) program
that must be installed before executing a print screen. There are
several options you can use when invoking the GRAPHICS utility, which
are described on pages 505-508 of the version 5.0 "Microsoft MS-DOS
User's Guide and Reference."
Along with the GRAPHICS.COM utility, there is a GRAPHICS.PRO file that
contains printer information for 16 printer types. When using one of these
printers, the printer type can be specified when installing GRAPHICS.COM.
GRAPHICS PaintJet [drive]:\[path]\GRAPHICS.PRO
(Where [drive] and [path] are the location of the graphics files.)
Graphics profiles are text files that contain a list of supported
printers and the commands for each video mode of the printers listed.
In the MS-DOS 5.0 GRAPHICS.PRO file, the section definition for the
PaintJet explicitly states:
The profile treats the PaintJet as a black and white device for
both text and color. Specifying one color plane uses just black and
white as the two available colors.
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