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"R> Instead of printing the file to your PostScript
"R> printer, try
"R> to copy it with the DOS command COPY. If e.g. your file is
"R> c:\mydir\myfile.eps and your postscript printer is connected to
"R> LPT1:, use the DOS command
"R> COPY c:\mydir\myfile.eps LPT1:
I would suggest one modification:
COPY /b c:\mydir\myfile.eps LPT1:
MS-DOS assumes text files as soon as you send a file to the printer. Therefore
printing stops at the CP/M end-of-text marker CTRL-Z. The /b switch prevents