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Following instructions from a couple of people allowed me to
print the file; but still no luck in seeing it on the screen.
Displaying it on screen is not absolutely necessary. I'm happy
just getting it to print.
The solution = 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.
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