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Duplex Printing Postscript Code
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Duplex Printing Postscript Code

Duplex Printing Postscript Code

(OP)
I asked this question a year ago, and still have not made it work.

I have multiple page postscript files to print. Some I want duplex, some not, some bound portrait, and some landscape. Rather than make manual changes on the printer (HP 4000dn) for each change, I would like to use postscript commands within the files to direct the printer accordingly for each file.

Though I have been told

CODE

<<setpagedevice>>
will work, I am not sure where exactly to place it in the postscript file. In the

CODE

/pagesetupproc{
definition?

When it does produce a duplex page, one side is rotated differently from the other side.

Can someone help me resolve this question? Thank you.

RE: Duplex Printing Postscript Code

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You better do not put setpagedevice in pagesetupproc body. Put it right after the line that looks like %%Page: number number, the number being the relevant page boundary where you want to change to duplex or back to simplex

<< /Duplex true  >> setpagedevice - switches to duplex
<< /Duplex false >> setpagedevice - switches to simplex
<< /Tumble true >> setpagedevice - rotates the image on the back page 180 degrees.

RE: Duplex Printing Postscript Code

(OP)
How can I change the weight of the font within a postscript document? I don't mean choosing a different size font, but keeping the same size (i.e., 12 point) but making the strokes of the letters thinner or thicker.

Thanks.

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