Creating a 148" Postscript file



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Creating a 148" Postscript file

Postby jeff.childs@comaupico » Thu, 26 Aug 2004 22:34:26 GMT

Does anyone know how to create a 148" or greater 
postscript file using any free postscript driver ?

I need the file not an actual printt.

I am trying to use Ghost to convert this file into a PDF.


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