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How can I convert a textfile to postscript before printing? I have som troubble with some characters.
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a2ps
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Is this the only way. a2ps seems to have problem with hp deskjet printers because I can't get the whole page on the paper. (It's a bug in a2ps that will be fixed in the next version. )
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mpage (I'm not shure if it is still supported)
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