Postscript files

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How do I make it so I can read postscript files? I'm on windows XP, what do I download or do or say? :frown:
 

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Originally posted by Outside
How do I make it so I can read postscript files? I'm on windows XP, what do I download or do or say? :frown:

Good question. I wish I knew. I keep getting pointed to a place where you can download "Ghostview" but its a pain in the ass and I could never get it to work.

Try going to www.download.com and searching for some software for it.

Pete
 
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chroot
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Yup.. you want ghostview. Note that ghostview depends on ghostscript. It really isn't that much of a pain in the ass, guys.

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Originally posted by Outside
How do I make it so I can read postscript files? I'm on windows XP, what do I download or do or say? :frown:

I've always used Adobe Distiller to convert postscripts into acrobat files.
 

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