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pdf2dsc




SYNOPSIS

       pdf2dsc input.pdf [ output.dsc ]


DESCRIPTION

       pdf2dsc uses gs(1) to read an Adobe Portable Document For­
       mat (PDF) document "input.pdf" and create a PostScript(tm)
       document "output.dsc" that conforms  to  Adobe's  Document
       Structuring Conventions (DSC) requirements.

       This new document simply tells Ghostscript to read the PDF
       file and to display pages one at a  time.   The  generated
       document  can  then  be  viewed with any PostScript viewer
       based on Ghostscript, like ghostview(1) on Unix or  GSview
       on  Windows,  with  which  the user can browse through the
       pages of the PDF document in any order.

       If no output file is named on the command line,  the  name
       of  the  output  file  is  that of the input file with any
       extension removed, followed by the extension ".dsc".


CAVEATS

       The DSC document uses Ghostscript-specific procedures.  In
       addition,  the  original  PDF  document must be accessible
       when the DSC document is processed.

       You need the  file  "pdf2dsc.ps"  (originally  by  Russell
       Lang) supplied with Ghostscript since release 3.53.


SEE ALSO

       gs(1), ghostview(1)


VERSION

       This  document  was  last  revised for Ghostscript version
       7.07.


AUTHOR

       Yves  Arrouye  <yves.arrouye@usa.net>  and  Russell   Lang
       <rjl@aladdin.com>

7.05                      22 April 2002                PDF2DSC(1)
  




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