PCL to pdf

Hi 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 […]

PageTech Announces PCLTool SDK V14.0 with Support for Cloud Application Development and Job Ticketing

PageTech announced today the availability of the newest version of PCLTool SDK, its flagship PCL conversion software developer’s kit which allows businesses, financial institutions, and printing/mailing/imaging service providers to easily develop a wide range of document imaging, output management and print stream optimization solutions.

PageTech Celebrates 20 Years of PCL Print Stream Transformation and Innovation

PageTech continues to stay at the forefront of the PCL print stream transformation industry by providing customers with a wide base of PCL expertise and continuous product enhancements.

Volly™ Announces New Agreement with PageTech

Expanding portfolio of partners facilitates easier access to digital mail services for small and large institutions in the U.S.

PageTech Delivers Enhanced Print Forwarding and Text Extraction Functions with the release of PCLTool SDK v12.4

San Diego, CA. – August 21, 2012:  PageTech, the leading consultancy firm specializing in HP PCL print stream transformation, optimization, text extraction and manipulation, announces the release of version 12.4 of the PageTech PCLTool Software Development Kit. The new release includes a “print forwarding” feature in its popular Port Monitor which gives end-users the ability […]

Capturing a .PRN File from Windows for PCL Analysis

This post describes how to print files that contain raw printer data (.prn files) in Windows. PRN files are created by printing from a program to a file by using a Printer Control Language (PCL) printer driver. A .prn file is typically needed by developers for analysis when customers are looking for a PCL conversion solution.

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