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Urgent: Rotating a Post Script

Urgent: Rotating a Post Script

Urgent: Rotating a Post Script

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I urgently need help on this. I have a draft in PS due for tomorrow.
Once i convert a bmp to PS or EPS, it gets rotated, sometimes by 180 and sometimes by 90 degree. Here:
http://www.ghostscript.com/pipermail/bu ... 00641.html
and
http://www.met.rdg.ac.uk/~dan/work/H2RotateAPSFile.html
they discuss some methods to rotate it. First, i donno where exactly to put the 90 rotate command or any command to say. I h ave tried putting it after %%Page: 1 1 (single paged doc). If i randomly, or at start,or after page, put the command, it does not work. Any suggestions, ideas, are welcome. I can send the file to you as well. Here is what the start of file looks like, after comments:

%%BeginResource: file Pscript_WinNT_ErrorHandler 5.0 0
180 rotate/currentpacking where{pop/oldpack currentpacking def/setpacking where{pop false
setpacking}if}if/$brkpage 64 dict def $brkpage begin/prnt{dup type/stringtype
ne{=string cvs}if dup length 6 mul/tx exch def/ty 10 def currentpoint/toy exch

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