From: "Peter Ring, PRC" <prc -at- PIP -dot- DKNET -dot- DK>
Date: Sun, 22 Sep 1996 13:09:59 +1

On Thu, 19 Sep 1996 Barbara Ridley wrote:

> I need to look at an .EPS file I received. I have applications
> that will export an .EPS file but none will import one so that I
> can read it in the application. The applications I have tried are:
> MS WORD 6, CorelDraw, Corel Ventura, Corel Photo-Paint, Arts and
> Letters, Hi-Jaak Pro, and WordPerfect 6.0.

> The graphics feature of WordPerfect allowed me to bring the file in
> but the only words that showed in the window were, "File Contains
> Data for PostScript Printers Only." I tried printing the file to a
> PostScript printer and the only thing that printed were the words,
> "File Contains Data for Postscript Printers Only."

> Anybody have an idea on how I can see and/or print this .EPS file?

As I haven't seen any answers, I will answer it:

Some .EPS files are hard to open, but this trick has always worked
for me. Instead of printing the file to your PostScript printer, try
to copy it with the DOS command COPY. If e.g. your file is
c:\mydir\myfile.eps and your postscript printer is connected to
LPT1:, use the DOS command
COPY c:\mydir\myfile.eps LPT1:
The printer will then print the file.

Greetings from Denmark

Peter Ring
PRC (Peter Ring Consultants)
- specialists in user friendly manuals and audits on manuals.
prc -at- pip -dot- dknet -dot- dk
- the "User Friendly Manuals" website with links, bibliography,
list of prof. associations, and tips for technical writers.

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