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Problems printing from Mac Book Pro

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We have an Apple Mac Book Pro running Max OSX 10.5.  The Mac cannot print to either of my MFD printers, a Xerox 7232 and RICOH Aficio MP C2800. Printers have PCL installed but I understand Mac's need postscript.  Is there a generic PCL driver available for the MAC or some sort of coversion software?  AppleTalk is enabled on the Windows Server 2003 print server.  Would this help?
Any help is appreciated.
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If you want to print to the Xerox from a Mac I believe you will have to install the optional postscript module
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