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Postscript files into Windows

Tom Rudnick tom at avatar.ftc.nrcs.usda.gov
Fri Mar 31 11:34:57 EST 1995

Jeffrey A. Millstein (millstein at delphi.com) writes:
> Perhaps I'm being naive, but is there a way to incorporate a postscript
> file into a Windows program.  I'm not talking about EPS, but a output to
> a postscript printer that is captured into a file.

Look for Ghostscript for Windows. It is a postscript decoder that can read
a postscript file for a printer that is captured in a file. Once you have
it decoded, you can cut and paste the image into whatever you want to in
windows. I don't remember where I ftp'd it from, but look for 'gswin' on

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