Duplex / Page Offset Issue

We have a number of reports that currently go to dot matrix printers, which I would like to start sending to laser. These reports are 132 column, and I want to avoid having to modify the report text if possible.

PageTech Announces the Release of PCLTool SDK v12.0

PCLTool SDK v12.0 now makes it easier than ever before to extract text from complex PCL (all levels), while transforming that text into resources for TransPromo documents, or editing the text by adding OMR, IMB or 2-D barcodes for mailing applications.

JasperSign & PageTech TIFF Signature Extraction Application Note

This project combined a custom application (JasperSign), a Topaz LCD signature pad on local workstations capturing three signatures and a customized installation of PageTech’s PCLTool SDK on a centralized server. JasperSign is a custom application for collecting signatures as required in the workflow of a trucking dispatch location. The client has a number of warehouses, […]

Changing Legacy PCL Tray Assignments for a New Printer

How to edit PCL for Printer Migration Follow the steps listed below to go from an existing printer with multi-tray/bin assignments to a new printer with different tray/bin assignments. Use PCLCodes.exe that is included with PCLWorks Program or PCL Tool SDK  to disassemble/translate your PCL file into a readable ASCII .TXT file. Open the .PCL […]

PageTech Announces the Release of PCLTool SDK V11.0

San Diego, CA. – June 2, 2011:  PageTech, the developer of PCLTool SDK, today announced the release of PCLTool SDK v11.0.  As the recognized leader in the PCL transformation industry, PageTech continues to meet the evolving PCL transformation demands of developers and businesses worldwide. With the release of PCLTool SDK v11.0, PageTech now offers its […]

Print Green – Save Paper, Toner, Ink and Time with PageTech Products

Go Green – Save Paper, Toner, Ink and Time with PageTech Products. PCLTool SDK’s PCL viewing and PCL to PDF converting tools can help shrink your company’s carbon footprint…

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