We are using the QIMGCVTI API to convert PostScript files into PCL. It appears to work correctly, but we're not completely certain. The API submits a job called QIMGSERV to jobq QSYSNOMAX to do the actual data stream conversion. The QIMGSERV job has an Information error message that it can't find this file: /QIBM/ProdData/OS400/Fonts/CSL/Resource/CIDFont/CIDFont.map We don't have such a file, indeed we do not have a CSL directory. We tried contacting IBM, but they said that because it's an API, we'd have to talk to ConsultLine for $$$. The actual PostScript data does not appear to refer to anything called CIDFont. So why is QIMGCVTI looking for it? Does anyone have experience with this? I've reviewed some info on CIDFont on Adobe's website, and I think that if the API can't find the font, it uses default AFP fonts. We have the AFP Compatibility Fonts installed (5722SS1 option 8) but not AFP or any other printing enhancement. We received an AFP Fonts CD with our iSeries system software, but no instructions for how to install/use them.... CSL appears to mean CID Support Library.