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Need to make work a Canon LBP 810 with PCL5

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Hi there all,

is there I can make work the Canon LBP 810 printer in a application that requires a printer compatible with PCL5? I think this one is not, but is there any wrapper or driver or any trick to make it work?

Thanks a lot!!
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You could try this link:

http://www.pixieware.com/PixiePCL/pixiepcl.htm

PixiePCL enables you to print PCL (or text) on GDI printers like your Canon. Your application will need to "Print to File". PixiePCL then reads that file and prints it.
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Good resource!
thanks
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