Using the PFT Migration Utility

The file name of the PFT Migration Utility program is PCSPFC.EXE. It is a Windows application, and you can execute it by doing the following:
  1. Double-click the program name using the Windows Explorer utility.
  2. Specify the program name (and parameters) in the Windows Run utility as follows:
           PCSPFC [ [drive:] [path] PFT-file-name[.extension] ]
    • If no parameter is specified, PCSPFC.EXE displays the Convert PFT to PDF dialog box.
    • If you omit a drive name and a directory name, PCSPFC.EXE uses the current drive and the current directory. If you omit an extension, PCSPFC.EXE adds .PFT to the PFT file name.

  3. When you execute the PFT Migration Utility, the Convert PFT to PDF dialog box appears. On the Convert PFT to PDF dialog box, select a PFT file from the list box or type a specific PFT file name, and click OK. The PFT Migration Utility starts the conversion and displays the PFT File Converter dialog box to show the conversion status.

After the conversion, if you click Save List on the PFT File Converter dialog box, conversion messages in the dialog box are saved into a list file. The list file is created in the same directory and with the same name as the PFT file, except the extension. The extension of the list file is .LS2.

If the conversion was completed successfully, you can click Convert PDF to PDT from the PFT File Converter dialog box to convert the PDF file to a PDT file. You can also create a PDT file by selecting Printer Setup from the File pull-down menu as explained in Using the Printer Definition Table (PDT) File.