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Print in Landscape Mode from AIX

Posted on 1999-01-04
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I have an ASCII based text file of a report that I need to print in landscape mode from the AIX (version 4.x) prompt.

Is there a way to do this without having to deal with postscript or anything else like that?

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I think the printing orientation can be set using 'smitty'
or you can actually set the printer to print in landscape
mode.
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