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Reading PostCript files in OS9.1
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Apr 14, 2001, 06:09 PM
I know I may be asking a stupid question...but I have this .ps documents, which appear to be postcrip documents. I want to read them. Which application should open them??
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Apr 15, 2001, 11:11 AM
If my memory serves, you can either use MacGhostView to view them, or you can use Photoshop, which will open them as EPS files (Extended PostScript format).

Usually works for me.

Believe me, it's not a stupid question, PS files are a pain!

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