When you want to read a pxl file in postscript document file, the converting job becomes necessary. Postscript is described as a page description language and was developed by Adobe in 1984 and continues to be used on high volume printers, typesetting equipment and optionally on many mid size devices. It also had a brief foray into use as a display language on the Next systems. PostScript is a fully-fledged programming language and offers and extraordinary level of flexibility in the printing process. The VeryPDF.com introduces you PCL Converter command line, with which you can convert pxl to ps effortlessly and at the same time.
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The way to inputis pretty easy, do Just as the following pictures indicates,
Press “start”>choose “Run”>input “cmd”>press “ok”
Press “enter”, you will have the MS-DOS command prompt window.
Here goes the crucial step, you have to make sure the command line you are going to input accurate.
pcltool.exe -width 800 -height 600 C:\in.pxl C:\out.ps
- C:\in.pxl is to specify a pxl filename or a directory for input,
- C:\out.ps is to specify the ps file name for output.
- width 800 -height 600 is to set page size width to 800 and height to 600.
Once the inputting is done, press “enter”, you are allowed to see
Open your file to check the difference between two files
Picture 1and Picture 2 fully demonstrate that you have successfully converted. Please open the file in a computer with a ps reader to check the changing of page size.