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psmandup



SYNOPSIS

       psmandup FILE


DESCRIPTION

       Tries to produce a version of the PostScript FILE to print
       in manual Duplex.


OPTIONS

       -h, --help
              display this help and exit

       -v, --version
              display version information and exit

       -q, --quiet
              don't print informational messages

       -o, --output=FILE
              save result in FILE.  If FILE is `-', send to  std­
              out

       -n, --no-fix
              don't call fixps to fix PS problems in FILE

       -f, --front
              output  only the front pages (recto) on the regular
              tray

       -b, --back
              output only the back pages (verso)  on  the  manual
              feed tray

       Produced  output  is  meant  for PS level 2 printers which
       don't support Duplex printing, but  support  Manual  Feed.
       Once the first set of pages is printed (odd pages), manual
       feed is asked: introduce the odd pages to print  the  even
       pages on the other side.

       Because there is usually a short time out for manually fed
       jobs, you should really be next to the printer.   If  ever
       the  time  out expired, use the option -b to send only the
       missing part.

       Environment  variables  FIXPS,  PSSELECT  and  PSSET,   if
       defined, are used to find the tools.

       News,          updates          and         documentation:
       http://www.inf.enst.fr/~demaille/a2ps/


AUTHOR

       Written by Akim Demaille.

       Texinfo manual.  If the info  and  psmandup  programs  are
       properly installed at your site, the command

              info psmandup

       should give you access to the complete manual.


psmandup 2.1 (GNU a2ps 4.1February 2000 PSMANDUP(1)


  
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