How to print Postscript file to PDF file?

PostScript (PS) is a dynamically typed concatenative programming language optimized for printing graphics and text. The main purpose of PostScript was to provide a convenient language in which to describe images in a device independent manner.PostScript is best known for its use as a page description language in the electronic and desktop publishing areas. Adobe PostScript 3 is also the worldwide printing and imaging standard. Used by print service providers, publishers, corporations, and government agencies all around the world.

If you want to print ps to pdf file,you need the help of PDFcamp Printer and you should operate like the following steps.

1.Open a .ps file and click “file”—“print” or press “Ctrl”+”P”,and you should choose the printer as PDFcamp Printer in the popup window.

2.You can set the parameter by clicking "properties"button.Such as page setup,compression,doc info,save as,etc.

3.After all settings has done,you can save your pdf file and name it.

By using PDFcamp Printer,the job printing ps to pdf file seems more interesting.

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