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   Title: "want for postscript browser"
   From: liluqun
                        Date: Saturday, December 26 1998 - 07:41PM PST
     Recently I got some types files (*.ps) , which is postscript type
file, but I do not
   have the right browser or viewer , who can give me the tool?
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here is a link to download "ghostscript" which is a tool that allows browsing of postscript files and printing of them on normal printers, this is the 32 bit windows version for windows 3.xx with win 32s or win 95,98 or windows NT, it is freeware.

ftp://ftp.simtel.net/pub/simtelnet/win95/print/gs403w32.zip

hope that helps, *smile*

Road Warrior.
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