Re: PostScript Printing

Subject: Re: PostScript Printing
From: Mary McWilliams Johnson <mary -at- SUPERCONNECT -dot- COM>
Date: Sun, 6 Sep 1998 22:08:53 -0500

I can only assume that the Lexmark Ultra S2450 is not a PostScript printer.
You are right that when you print to PostScript, all your font attributes
are frozen. Are you sure your Lexmark is PostScript?

Cordially,

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Mary McWilliams Johnson
McJohnson Communications
Documentation Specialist
Web Site Design, Development and Graphics
www.superconnect.com
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At 03:22 PM 9/7/98 +1000, Bruce Ashley wrote:
>Hi gang. I have a query that hopefully someone can help with.
>
>I have always ass-u-me-d that when you PostScript a file you, in effect,
>embed the file attributes, fonts etc. and when printed, these fonts etc.
>cannot then be altered.
>
>Today we printed out a PDF file that is perfect using a HP4000 driver. We
>used a Lexmark Ultra S2450 driver in error and found that it had changed
>font style and the graphics had degraded terribly.
>
>My understanding of the process is obviously wrong as I have always thought
>that once a file is PostScripted and then distilled to a PDF file, that it
>cannot alter in appearance.
>
>I'm therefore hoping that someone out there can shed some light on the
>topic.
>
>Regards,
>
>Bruce Ashley
>OZ
>
>
>=


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