Posted on | October 29, 2016 | No Comments
I have followed the documentation and used IMG2PCL to convert the tiff file to PCL. I then used pcl2pdf to create a pdf file running on Red Hat Linux. The logo looks like a black box but it is in the right place. When I use PCLTool.exe to view the logo pcl file, it looks OK. IMG2PCL is an eval version and has additional words and graphics. Do you have any suggestions as to why the logo is not being displayed properly? Thanks for your help.
This post was submitted by bobby.
Posted on | August 2, 2016 | No Comments
Trying to produce PCL and PDF documentation using Verdana as the font/typeface but cannot find the HP typeface ID for Verdana. CAn you provide this code or point me somewhere I might be able to obtain it.
This post was submitted by David Kelly.
Posted on | January 19, 2016 | No Comments
We are looking for below requirement,
A PCL parser which can identify predetermined words from a print stream supporting all Asia-pacific languages.
An example would be printing of a document which contains “confidential” or “not to be printed” anywhere in the body of the document. Once identified the parser can invoke an action
Request you to please let me know whether this above requirement can be achieved with any of your tools.
This post was submitted by Raj.
Posted on | November 30, 2015 | No Comments
I am in need of a tool that can convert .PCL files to searchable PDF’s. Which, if any, of your tools would accomplish this task? Also, if such tool exists, I would like to test the fully functioning application prior to purchasing; I’ve purchased a few applications already that said they could do what I want, but have been unsuccessful.
This post was submitted by Greg Streif.
Posted on | November 18, 2015 | No Comments
do you have a solution for printing to a laserjet printer and to a file to extract text? I tried using RPM, it sends the job to printer no problem but RPM can’t decode the PCL to text only to PDF.
This post was submitted by Rich.
Posted on | November 12, 2015 | 1 Comment
Hoping you have a solution to a problem.
We have an old software system that sends out PCL data to a dot matrix printer.
We can redirect the PCL data to a shared printer on a windows server –
Do you have a virtual PDF Printer that would sit on the windows server as a shared printer – that the old system could send its PCl prints too and then the PDF printer would convert to a PDF instantly?
Another bonus would be for it to apply a watermark to the pdf?
Do you have anything that could help?
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