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EXTRACTRES(1)									    EXTRACTRES(1)

NAME
       extractres - filter to extract resources from a PostScript document

SYNOPSIS
       extractres [ -m ] < document.ps > output.ps

DESCRIPTION
       Extractres extracts resources (fonts, procsets, patterns, files, etc) appearing in a Post-
       Script document, and puts appropriate %%IncludeResource comments in the document prologue.
       The  extracted  resources  are written to files with the same name as the resource, and an
       appropriate extension. The pipeline

				extractres file.ps | includeres >out.ps

       will move all resources appearing in a document to the document prologue, removing  redun-
       dant  copies.  The output file can then be put through page re-arrangement filters such as
       psnup or pstops safely.

       The -m option combines the resources of the same name into one file; this must be used for
       some programs which download fonts a bit at a time.

AUTHOR
       Copyright (C) Angus J. C. Duggan 1991-1995

SEE ALSO
       psbook(1),   psselect(1),   pstops(1),	epsffit(1),  psnup(1),	psresize(1),  psmerge(1),
       fixscribeps(1),	 getafm(1),   fixdlsrps(1),   fixfmps(1),   fixpsditps(1),   fixpspps(1),
       fixtpps(1), fixwfwps(1), fixwpps(1), fixwwps(1), extractres(1), includeres(1)

TRADEMARKS
       PostScript is a trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated.

BUGS
       extractres does not alter the %%DocumentSuppliedResources comments.

				 PSUtils Release 1 Patchlevel 17		    EXTRACTRES(1)
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