The PS device size attribute allows the postscript file to identify
8.5x11 and 11x17 paper sources as well as portrait/landscape
orientation. For printers with multiple paper trays, these can be used
to identify which size paper is used for printing.
For size within the page, you can use the PANEL parameter.
Other tools, such as Ron mentioned, are available for manipulation, or
even multi-page output.
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On Thu, 2006-03-23 at 15:13, Ron McTaggart-Cowan wrote:
Hi Matt - I don't have the answer inside gempak off the top, but the
psrotate tool might be useful ... we developed it at SUNY to let us
manipulate the gempak postscript files without losing any quality by
editing the .ps files directly
let me know if you run into any troubles using the tool -
On Thu, 2006-03-23 at 14:08 -0500, mpborkow@xxxxxxxx wrote:
> I'm trying to adjust the dimensions of output PS files, but no matter what
> I adjust xsize;ysize to, I always get an 8.5x11 file. I am able to switch
> between landscape and portrait mode...just not the actual dimensions of
> the file. Here is how I'm trying to adjust it:
> DEVICE = psc||6;8