Hi I need to take one or more files(**.txt** or **.csv** format only), convert them, one at a time and sent them to the printer in **PostScript** format. The paper will be pre-printed and of A4 size. It is perforated in the middle(Portrait orientation). For example, taking a file, A.txt, I would need to print it's content starting from the top of the A4 sheet. If the content of the .txt file is more than can fit in the top half (i.e above the perforation) it needs to be ignored. The same content needs to be printed again below the …

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Hi there, I joined DaniWeb quite some time ago but just been lurking since i joined. I'm stumped on a problem now though and i'm hoping someone can help with it - seems google cant. I'm creating postscript at the moment, there's no issue with this. Part of the postscript is sending pages to specific InputSlot / Papersources / Trays (seems to be different terminology depending on who you speak to). Now it seems that each tray has a numerical value associated with which is usually set by the drivers manufactures. This is not necessarily the same as the number …

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Hello, I'd like to get started with PostScript. I'm completely new to it and would be very grateful to you for any hints. And my first question is (please don't ridicule me): how do I make a PostScript file? I mean, a plain text file with PostScript code, produced by hand. I read some chapters of a few tutorials and learned basics of the language's syntax, but didn't find anything on how to run it. First, do I have to make .ps the file's extension? Second, do I need (or when do I need) the %! command at the beginning …

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