Re: viewing a post script file

Subject: Re: viewing a post script file
From: "White, Leigh" <LeighW2 -at- MEDCMP -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 25 Jun 1999 09:52:05 -0400

I can't recommend any utilities for viewing a PS file, but there's a simple
(and free!) way to print one and view it that way:

1. Go to the Printers Control Panel and right-click on the printer you want
to use, then select Properties.
2. Select the Details tab and copy the path in the "Print to the following
port" field.
3. Click "Capture Printer Port"
4. Select "LPT1" in the Device field.
5. Paste the copied path into the Path field and click OK.
6. Go to a DOS prompt and navigate to the directory that contains the PS
file you want to print.
7.Type "copy [] lpt1:" (no quotes)and press Enter
Ex: C:\Documents>copy lpt1:

Your file should print.

Hope this helps.

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