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PCL Printer Emulation - Font and Macro Caching

For most people, printing is a two step process:

  1. Click the Print button.
  2. Retrieve the print out. 

Unfortunately, it's not always that simple.  When you get into the world of networked printers, mainframe formats, and print language conversion there is a lot more than meets the eye.  Today's question was whether or not RPM Remote Print Manager could emulate a networked PCL printer.  Specifically, can RPM cache fonts and macros that are sent as separate print jobs and convert them to PDF. Read more »

FAQ: LPD queue names for network print servers

Question: Do you have a list of LPD queue names that we can browse to find out our configuration for INTELLIscribe? Read more »

FAQ: Problems printing to an HP Laserjet 1000

Problem: Printing to my HP LaserJet 1000, the printer does nothing but RPM thinks the printing is done. Read more »

FAQ: Windows NT "exception not handled" error

Question: I get a page fault on my NT 4.0 server printing to an HP printer. Read more »

FAQ: Printing to an HP 5 causes SPOOL32 error

Question: I get a Spool32 error message printing to an HP LaserJet 5 printer. Read more »

FAQ: My new HP printer does not support internal fonts

Question: My new HP printer has many internal fonts. The problem is, in the RPM Remote Print Manager® "TEXT" queue setup, these fonts cannot be selected. What can I do if I want to use internal fonts with my printer? Read more »

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