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ps2pdf


       later compatible) using ghostscript
       ps2pdf13 - Convert PostScript to  PDF 1.3  (Acrobat 4-and-
       later compatible) using ghostscript


SYNOPSIS

       ps2pdf  [options...] {input.[e]ps|-} [output.pdf|-]
       ps2pdf12  [options...] {input.[e]ps|-} [output.pdf|-]
       ps2pdf13  [options...] {input.[e]ps|-} [output.pdf|-]


DESCRIPTION

       The  ps2pdf  scripts  are  work-alikes  for nearly all the
       functionality (but not  the  user  interface)  of  Adobe's
       Acrobat  Distiller  product: they convert PostScript files
       to Portable Document Format (PDF) files.

       The three scripts differ as follows:

       -      ps2pdf12 will always produce PDF 1.2 output  (Acro­
              bat 3-and-later compatible).

       -      ps2pdf13  will always produce PDF 1.3 output (Acro­
              bat 4-and-later compatible).

       -      ps2pdf per se currently  produces  PDF  1.2  output
              (Acrobat 3-and-later compatible). However, this may
              change in the future. If you care about the compat­
              ibility  level  of  the  output,  use  ps2pdf12  or
              ps2pdf13, or use the -dCompatibility=1.x switch  in
              the command line.

       There are some limitations in ps2pdf's conversion. See the
       HTML documentation for more information.


SEE ALSO

       gs(1), ps2pdfwr(1),
       Ps2pdf.htm in the Ghostscript documentation


VERSION

       This document was last  revised  for  Ghostscript  version
       7.07.


AUTHOR

       L.  Peter  Deutsch  <ghost@aladdin.com>  is  the principal
       author of Ghostscript.  Russell J. Lang  <rjl@aladdin.com>
       is   the  author  of  most  of  the  MS  Windows  code  in
       Ghostscript.  This manpage by George Ferguson.

7.05                      22 April 2002                 PS2PDF(1)
  




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