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PostScript without PostScript Printer

Posted on 1997-06-10
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I've downloaded files with a "PS" suffix supposed to be printed on a Laser printer (if I've well understood...). The problem is I only own a StyleWriter 1500. Therefore my question is - is there a little utility that could allow me to convert those files so that I can edit them with an average text editor or a browser (Claris, BBEdit or Netscape...) ?
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you might try stylescript, software (about $130) that allows stylewriters to operate as postscript printers. it is an apple product, and more information may be found at apple.com. an alternative could be using adobe acrobat to convert postscript files to pdf (portable document format).
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