Convert PDF to PCL

VeryDOC PDF to Vector Converter is designed for servers and developers. It can be used to convert PDF to PCL, PS, EPS, SWF, EMF, SVG, and other vector image formats. This tool is a command line application, and it can be easily called from ASP, PHP, C#, .NET, C, C++ and any other programming or decrypting languages. The article shows you how to use a command line to convert PDF to PCL.

1. Open a command prompt window

Assuming you are under Windows Vista or 7, please open a command prompt window as follows: click Start, > type cmd in the search box area on the Start menu, > press Enter. The command prompt window appears and you can proceed to the next step.

2. Type a command line and press Enter

Type a command line based on the basic usage of PDF to Vector Converter. The basic usage, some options and examples are as follows:

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

Options:

  • -firstpage <int> : first page to print, from 1 to max page
  • -lastpage <int> : last page to print, from 1 to max page
  • -pagerange <string> : set page range, e.g., 2,100-200,250-300
  • -duplex <int> : select duplex or double-sided printing for printer
  • capable of duplex printing,
    • 1 : simplex
    • 2 : horizontal
    • 3 : vertical
  • -enablepv2r : enable merge vector graphics into background
  • -pv2rxres <int> : set Y resolution for background, default is 150 DPI
  • -pv2ryres <int> : set Y resolution for background, default is 150 DPI
  • -pv2rmergetext <int> : merge text into background picture
  • -pv2rvaa <string> : enable or disable vector anti-aliasing, yes/no, default is 'yes'
  • -pv2riaa <string> : enable or disable image anti-aliasing, yes/no, default is 'no'
  • -pv2rnolinks : disable hyperlinks during conversion
  • -scale <int> : specify the factor by which the printed output is
  • -scalex <int> : X axis scale factors, default is 100
    • 100 : do not scale PDF page
    • 0 : scale the width of PDF page to fit the printer's paper size
    • -1 : keep the minimum constant scaling in both paper width and height
  • -scaley <int> : Y axis scale factors, default is 100
    • 100 : do not scale PDF page
    • 0 : scale the height of PDF page to fit the printer's paper size
    • -1 : keep the minimum constant scaling in both paper width and height
  • -deltopmargin : move print area to top if printer paper not same as PDF paper
  • -printermargins : reduce to printer margins when printing

Examples:

  • C:\pdf2vec_cmd\pdf2vec.exe E:\in.pdf D:\out.pcl
  • C:\pdf2vec_cmd\pdf2vec.exe -firstpage 3 –lastpage 22 E:\in.pdf D:\out.pcl
  • C:\pdf2vec_cmd\pdf2vec.exe -pagerange 3-22 E:\in.pdf D:\out.pcl
  • C:\pdf2vec_cmd\pdf2vec.exe -duplex 2 E:\in.pdf E:\out.pcl
  • C:\pdf2vec_cmd\pdf2vec.exe -pv2rxres 100 E:\in.pdf D:\out.pcl
  • C:\pdf2vec_cmd\pdf2vec.exe -scale 0 D:\in.pdf D:\out.pcl
  • C:\pdf2vec_cmd\pdf2vec.exe –deltopmargin E:\in.pdf D:\out.pcl

Please type a command line in the command prompt window and then press Enter. The computer will quickly complete the conversion progress. If you want to learn how to call this application from web program languages, please go to visit http://www.verydoc.com/pdf-to-vector-shell.html.

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