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ppmtolj(1)                                                    General Commands Manual                                                   ppmtolj(1)

ppmtolj - convert a portable pixmap to an HP LaserJet PCL 5 Color file SYNOPSIS
ppmtolj [-gamma val] [-resolution 75|100|150|300|600] [-delta] [-float] [-noreset] [ppmfile] DESCRIPTION
Reads a portable pixmap as input and converts it into a color file suitable to be printed by an HP color PCL 5 printer. OPTIONS
-delta Apply delta row compression to reduce the size of the pcl file. -gamma int Gamma correct the image using the integet parameter as a gamma (default 0). -float Suppresses positioning information. The default is to write the sequence ESC&l0E to the output. -noreset Prevents writing of the reset sequence to the begining and end of the output. -resolution Set the required output resolution 75|100|150|300|600 REFERENCES
HP PCL 5 & Color Reference Guide BUGS
None known. AUTHOR
Copyright (C) 2000 by Jonathan Melvin.( 4 Sept 2000 ppmtolj(1)

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pbmtolj(1)                                                    General Commands Manual                                                   pbmtolj(1)

pbmtolj - convert a portable bitmap into HP LaserJet format SYNOPSIS
pbmtolj [-resolution N] [-float] [-noreset] [-packbits] [-delta] [-compress] [pbmfile] [-copies N] DESCRIPTION
Reads a PBM image as input. Produces HP LaserJet data as output. Note that there is no ljtopbm tool. OPTIONS
-resolution Specifies the resolution of the output device, in dpi. Typical values are 75, 100, 150, 300, and 600. The default is 75. -float Suppresses positioning information. The default is to write the sequence ESC & l 0 E to the output file. -noreset Prevents pbmtolj from writing the reset sequences to the beginning and end of the output file. -packbits Enables use of TIFF packbits compression. -delta Enables use of delta-between-rows compression. -compress Enables use of both TIFF packbits, and delta-between-rows compression. -copies Specifies the the number of copies. The default is 1. This option controls the "number of copies" printer control; pbmtolj gener- ates only one copy of the image. All flags can be abbreviated to their shortest unique prefix. SEE ALSO
pbm(5) AUTHOR
Copyright (C) 1988 by Jef Poskanzer and Michael Haberler. -float and -noreset options added by Wim Lewis. -delta, -packbits, and -com- press options added by Dave Platt. 22 April 2000 pbmtolj(1)
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