Convert PDF to HPGL

VeryDOC PDF to Vector Converter can help you convert PDF to HPGL with high quality. HPGL is short for HP Graphics Language, which is a vector image format used for sending information to plotter printers. This tool is a professional application designed for servers and developers. It can be accessed via any programming or scripting languages, such as C/C++, C#, Delphi, ASP, PHP, Visual Basic, etc.

When convert PDF to Vector, you can also set page range, change draw order, adjust output quality to save ink, set background color, set resolution, delete invisible graphics, use Windows fonts instead of embedded fonts, etc. The following shows how to convert a page range of PDF into a HPGL file via command line.

First, let’s open a command prompt window. Assuming you are a Windows XP user, please open the Start menu by clicking Start, > click Run, > enter cmd, > press Enter. Then the command prompt window appears on the desktop.

Second, to view the basic usage of the executable file named pdf2vec, please type the directory of the executable file like C:\pdf2vec_cmd\pdf2vec.exe, and press Enter. Then the description, basic usage as below, and options of the application and some examples will be displayed in the window.

  • Usage: pdf2vec.exe [options] [Options] <PDF Files>

Third, please type a command line according to the basic usage and then press Enter. To set page range, you are going to use the option: -pagerange <string>. The following are some examples for the parameter value after the option parameter: 2, 100-200, 250-300. To convert a page range, some pages, or a page into a HPGL file of a PDF file, please type a command line as the examples below:

  • C:\pdf2vec_cmd\pdf2vec.exe -pagerange "6,7" D:\input.pdf D:\export.hpgl
  • C:\pdf2vec_cmd\pdf2vec.exe -pagerange "10-17" D:\input.pdf E:\export.hpgl
  • C:\pdf2vec_cmd\pdf2vec.exe -pagerange "6" D:\input.pdf E:\export.hpgl

This is how you can use VeryDOC PDF to Vector Converter to convert PDF to HPGL. Thanks for reading. If you want to learn how to call PDF to Vector Converter  from C#, ASP, etc. web program languages, please visit:

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