Convert pxl to postscript and set page size via command line?

PCL Converter command line, an advanced tool designed for document format converting, makes directly changing the file extension to your desired one or ones in command prompt window (see Picture command prompt window) and set page size available. More importantly, the operation is easy and simple, and the rest part of the article will show you how to convert pxl to postscript and set page size via PCL Converter command line.

Step1, Downloading&Installing PCL Converter command line

  1. click the link to open http://www.verypdf.com/pcltools/index.html
  2. go to  VeryPDF PCL Converter command line
  3. press “Download” and save file

During the installing process, you are bound to see below window box.

installing interface of PCL Converter command line

There are two ways to experience PCL Converter command line: one is to press “try”, the other one to press “Buy now”. The former one means you are entitled 50times free of charge to experience this wonderful software. The latter one means you purchase it for permanent use.

Step2, Launching command prompt window

You are bound to launch command prompt window. Because the command line is bound to be operated under the MS-DOS environment. The procedure is easy, and the following pictures will guide you.

Press  “start”>choose “Run”>input “cmd”>press “ok”

way to launch MS-DOS command prompt window

When the following appears, you will have the command prompt window.

command prompt

Step3, Inputting command line

Input the command line to convert pxl to postscript and set page size, it goes below

pcltool.exe -width 800 -height 600 C:\in.pxl C:\out.postscript

where

  • C:\in.pxl is to specify a pcl filename or a directory for input,
  • C:\out.postscript is to specify the postscript file name for output,
  • width 800 -height 600 is to set page size width to 800 and height to 600.

    Once the input is done, press “enter” key, you will see,

    detailed operation on command line

                        Picture command prompt window

    When you see “result=ok”, it means the program has gone through.  

    Step4, Checking file

    Open the output file to check if pxl has been converted to postscript file, screenshot again.

    Snap65

    So far, you have successfully converted pxn to postscript so as to you can read your prn file in postscript document format. Moreover, you have to open it in a computer with a postscript reader to the page size. If you have any further questions, please leave them below, the VeryPDF.com values them very much.

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