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CaPSL is a printer command language/page description language used by early Canon printers including the LBP-8III series and supported on (at least) LBP-8IV printers. This language was discontinued, with later Canon printers implementing PCL. It was also called LIPS or LIPS4.
A Windows Spool File could contain RAW CaPSL data.
- "CaPSL - Canon Printing System Language [Undocumented Printing]". undocprint.org. 2011. Retrieved 9 October 2011.
- "SPL - Microsoft® Windows Spool File Format".
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