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Mon Jul 12 08:26:29 CEST 2004
On Mon, 2004-07-12 at 07:42, Rainer Heilke wrote:
> That shouldn't have surprised me.
> If the PC has Acrobat (not just Reader), it should have a PDF driver.
> Or, you need to get a PS driver from Adobe's website (free), print a PS
> file using that driver, and distill it with Acrobat. If you don't have
> Acrobat, but have a Linux/Unix box, you can still output the PS file as
> above, and then look for ps2pdf to turn the PS file into a PDF on the
> Linux box. I think GhostScript can do this as well.
Yep; ps2pdf is a part of GhostScript - really just a wrapper script
around gs and some special input files IIRC.
I seem to recall some project for an easy, click-to-install GhostScript
for Windows that included print-to-pdf drivers, too. I'm sorry I can't
remember the name, though.
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