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. PostScript files can be easily converted to PDF files using Adobe Acrobat or even viewed using tools like GhostScript. So, if you convert, you problem will de readily resolved. You can continue to convert and . The following part is written in texts and pictures in order to display the various functions of converter, .
Below is a pxl file, you can not open it arbitrarily, however, after you convert, you not only can view it but can .
Theto convert pxl to ps and is as follows,
pcltool.exe –rotate 90 D:\in.pxl D:\out.ps
- D:\in.pxl is to specify a pxl filename or a directory for input,
- D:\out.ps is to specify the ps file name for output,
- -rotate 90 is to rotate page of ps file by 90 degree.
Now, please launch command prompt window, do as the picture indicates,
Click “start”>choose “Run”>input “cmd”>press “ok”
Press “enter”, you will have the command prompt window.
You continue to input the aboveto convert pxl to ps and rotate page when finishing, press “enter”, you will find
Till now, you could open the file to check the result, to achieve sound effect, the VeryPDF.com makes two pictures sticked together below.
The picture fully demonstrates that you managed convert pxl to ps file. If you want to get more information, please visit at http://www.verypdf.com/pcltools/index.html to download and purchase .