Re: Reading a Postscript File

Subject: Re: Reading a Postscript File
From: "Susan W. Gallagher" <sgallagher -at- EXPERSOFT -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 4 Mar 1997 10:35:30 -0800

At 10:32 AM 3/4/97 -0600, NANCY KAMINSKI wrote:
>the installation manual was in a postscript file, MA10.PS. No other
>clue was given on how to read this file.
>

Go to http://www.shareware.com and search for postscript.

You'll get about 50 hits for postscript viewers, printers,
browser plug-ins, etc. The most popular postscript viewer/
printer is ghostscript, but there are lots of others to
choose from as well.

Sue Gallagher
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