So, you’ve just purchased that new iMac, iPhone, iPad or any other brand or type of digital device. You’ve just opened the box, and then you saw the legal stuff — the obligations and exonerations the manufacturer agrees to. Unfortunately, if you’re not in any way related to an eagle, you’ll find it hard to read the small font type many of these leaflets are printed with. Here are four ways to make the fine print readable.
Monotype Imaging Holdings has licensed its XPS-to-PCL 6 and XPS-to-PostScript vector conversion filters to Microsoft for use in the next version of Windows. Monotype Imaging’s XPS-to-PCL6 and XPS-to-PostScript driver technology enables printer device manufacturers to quickly and easily support XPS (XML Paper Specification) without modification to their PCL6 or PostScript printers.