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?


Mary McWilliams Johnson
McJohnson Communications
Documentation Specialist
Web Site Design, Development and Graphics

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
>Bruce Ashley

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