PageTech Announces Aggressive Pricing on New Linux Version of PCLTool SDK

San Diego, California – November 25, 2014:  PageTech, a global leader in HP PCL print stream transformation, optimization, and text extraction, today announced aggressive new pricing on its soon to be released PCLTool SDK for Linux, its flagship PCL conversion software developer’s kit. PageTech developed this new Linux version because they were the only vendor […]

PageTech Delivers Linux PCL2PDF Software to HP Enterprise Services for CalWIN Project

PageTech delivers Linux version of its flagship PCL to PDF conversion software to HP Enterprise Services for implementation into CalWIN network.

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 – How to convert PCL to PDF and Extract Text

Converting PCL to PDF with the new PageTech PCL Magic Printer Driver not only allows you to convert PCL to PDF it also allows you to extract all of the text found in the PCL file before it’s converted. Just as the name suggests the new PageTech PCL Magic Printer Driver captures the text in […]

How to convert PCL to PDF using a GUI, batch file/command line or by printing to our PCL to PDF printer driver

PCLXForm.exe is your best choice to convert PCL into PDF if you want your workflow to be transparent to the end user.  We have versions for 32-bit, 32-bit .NET, 64-bit and 64-bit .NET platforms.  PCLXForm is a program that converts PCL to PDF and other image formats using very powerful ASCII text script programming language […]

PageTech Announces Release of its New PCLMagic Printer Drivers

San Diego, CA. — November 30, 2011 — PageTech, the leader in PCL print stream transformation, extraction, and re-engineering software, today announced the release of its new PCLMagic Printer Driver.  This new industry-exclusive PCL printer driver embeds searchable text into PCL print streams before the printer driver generates them, saving all the text in its natural unscrambled […]

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