# Command line Interface and ISendfile Printing

INTELLIscribe supports a command line interface very similar to the "lpr" commands in Unix and Windows®. ISendFile submits one or more files to an INTELLIscribe virtual printer port.

ISendFile sends jobs, unmodified, to the "virtual printer port" of your choice. This command may be called from custom applications created by you, or manually from the MS-DOS prompt.

The ISendfile command can submit one or more files to the INTELLIscribe Virtual Printer. You can use "*" as a wild character. Examples of use:

• To submit a file to an INTELLIscribe virtual printer port: ISendFile Office c:\path\to\myfile.txt
• To submit the same file, and then remove it: ISendFile -d Office c:\path\to\myfile.txt
• To submit all the text files in a given directory: ISendFile Office c:\path\to\*.txt
• To submit files from more than one source: ISendFile Office c:\log d:\text \\server\*.txt

## Requirements for ISendFile and INTELLIscribe

• You must have at least one virtual printer port as defined in "Virtual printer port" wizard.
• The virtual printer port named in the "VirtualPrinterPort" parameter must exist. Virtual printer port names can contain spaces.
• The file or files named in "FileNames" must exist and must be readable.

## The Interface

If you type ISendFile without any parameters when in the proper directory, you are provided with help in the form of the following text:

Usage: isendfile [ options ] port file
Options include:
--help       Display this help text
-v or --verbose      Print messages about ISendfile actions
-s           Silent, opposite of verbose
-h           No banner for this job
-F=format    Format is one of the following:
f - formatted, l - leave control characters, o - Postscript
p - use 'pr' format, r - FORTRAN, c - CIF, d - dvi, g - plot
n - ditroff, t - troff, v - raster
-C=class     Class is used on banner page; up to 31 characters
-T=title     Job title
-J=jobname   Job name
-K=copies or -#=copies       Number of copies of each file to be printed
-P=port      Equivalent to the 'port' argument
-Z=options   Pass the specified optionss