Pdf file, a file format that provides an electronic image of text or text and graphics that looks like a printed document and can be viewed, printed, and electronically transmitted. So, pdf file is easy to, if you convert at first. The VeryPDF.com offers you PCL Converter. PCL Converter quickly converts PCL and PXL print files to Adobe Acrobat PDF files as well as PS, Postscript, TIF, TIFF, JPG, JPEG, BMP, PCX, PXL files. This is not a raster based conversion. PCL Converter can be used to create either bitmap files (PCX, TIF, JPEG, etc.) at various resolutions or searchable PDF, PS, Postscript files. Below part is the usage of the version of PCL Converter.
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Inputto convert and
You have to launch command prompt window first to make preparation for entering command line
1) Click “start” and then go to “Run”
2) Input “cmd”into the following
3) Press “ok”, you will find command prompt window popping up
The following step is critical, do make sure the command line you are going to input correct.
pcltool.exe -subject “subject” C:\in.prn C:\out.pdf
- D:\in.prn is to specify a prn filename or a directory for input,
- D:\out.pdf is to specify the pdf file name for output,
- -subject “subject” is to set ‘subject’ to PDF file.
Once the inputting is done, press “ok”, you will find detailed prompt information as displayed in the following screenshot.
Open your file to check
The above pictures vividly demonstrate that you have successfully converted prn to pdf. And you have noticed the title has been edited. In a word, the command line to convert prn to pdf and edit pdf title is pretty effective. If you need more information on converting document formats, please read VeryPDF PCL Converter user manual for detailed information.