The jpeg image file format is much easier to edit compare with prn file, if you want to set prn page size, you can first convertand then . The converting progress is simple if you choose PCL Converter to assist you. The article use 116.prn as an example as well set its page size width to 500, height to 500 to illustrate.
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The first step—Downloading
Follow this link to download PCL Converter command line
The whole package is just of 6.04 MB, making the downloading swiftly.
The second step—Launching
You have to launch command prompt window. Because theis bound to be operated under the MS-DOS environment. The procedure is easy, and the following pictures will guide you.
1) Click “start” and then go to “Run”
2) Input cmd into the following
3) Press “ok”, you will find MS-DOS command prompt window popping up
The third step—Inputting
Input command line to convert set page size, it goes belowand
pcltool.exe -width 500 -height 500 C:\in.prn C:\out.jpeg
- C:\in.prn is to specify a prn filename or a directory for input,
- C:\out.jpeg is to specify the jpeg file name for output.
- -width 500 -height 500 is to set page size width to 500 and height to 500.
Once the input is done, press “enter” key, you will see,
The fourth step—Checking
Open the file to check, screenshot again
From the picture, you can find prn file has been converted to jpeg file successfully and the page size has been set in line with the command line.
If you have any questions, please feel free to leave them below.