PRN is a printer file format, which is best used on PCs not connected to printers. Instead of printing directly to the printer, this format permits you to actually print to file. Printing to file is saving the content of the original document in the PRN format. The most important thing is that PRN files contain metadata, which is a set of commands addressed to the printer, such as page number, margin and space settings and other page layout options. If you open a PRN file via a standard text editing program, you will see the codes of these commands along with the content. While creating a PRN file to be printed, you must specify the printer, which you are going to use to print out your PRN files. Make sure you use the printer, which you have specified in the dialog box.
The PRN format is supported by Total PDF Converter. In other words, you can convert PRN to TIFF and other target formats supported by the utility. If you save important information in TIFF, which is a platform independent format, you can save, copy, transmit and edit it in your preferred way using standard utilities. Besides, this program will save the necessity of figuring out which printer should be used for printing your files.
Converting PRN to TIFF requires but a few simple steps:
The wizard will guide you through the rest of the procedure. Here you can make your settings and achieve good image quality by choosing the most suitable conversion mode, resolution, compression mode, name template, destination folder, etc.
When you are through with these, select 'Start'. PDF Converter has an option permitting you to organize separate files into a single one.
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