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I've a canon laser printer connected to our network directly by an internal ethernet card.
I set it up on one of our sgi workstation running irix 6.3.
It prints correctly but i'd like to have more options like shrinking 2 pages in only 1, recto-verso, and so on.
Does it exist any tool for this task????
Thanks.
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If you've got more, I'm interested!!
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I meant my archie returns tons of sites to get mpage.

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