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PCLTool SDK Option III is ideal for developers who need to capture and convert legacy PCL print streams into a PDF, PDF/A or XPS file formats while extracting all of the text. Unlike PCLTool SDK Option V, it does not allow for custom script programming to split or edit the PCL while transforming it into PDF, PDF/A or XPS formats. Option III can extract text from virtually any PCL file, even ones with "scrambled" text or rasterized text (with 1-2 hrs. of OCR processing). If you later find the need to customize the transformation process, like adding logos, barcodes or OMR marks - you can always upgrade to Option V or Option I - if you find the need to write your own custom .EXE.
This latest release from PageTech include support to interpret and output to HP's new PCLm/PCLmS printer language and IEEE's Printer Work Group's multi-page PWG raster format. Both new print file formats support print job ticketing metadata. These new printer description languages are used in mobile or cloud-based applications that need to print to the nearest compatible printer from resource-limited, mobile devices.
PCLTool SDK allows businesses, financial institutions, and printing/mailing/imaging service providers to develop a wide range of document imaging, output management and print stream optimization solutions. PCL software applications are not normally an out-of-the box solution, so we encourage everyone call us at (+1) 858 794-6884 and tell us your application workflow. We will get you into the correct solution, saving you time and money!
What's New in this Release: New features included in v14.6 are ADA-Compliant "Read-Out-Loud? PDFs and SMTP Email Output functions that enable end users and developers to email converted PCL output as an attachment.
Link to PCL to PDF Windows Console Program sample code
Platform: Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Windows2003,WinServer,Windows 8
Development::Components & Libraries
Date Added: Aug 07, 2012
Last check for an update: May 23, 2017
Last version date: Jun 15, 2014
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