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RedHat 9 (Linux i386) - man page for gsdj (redhat section 1)

GSLP(1) 				   Ghostscript					  GSLP(1)

       gslp - Format and print text using ghostscript
       gsbj - Format and print text for BubbleJet printer using ghostscript
       gsdj - Format and print text for DeskJet printer using ghostscript
       gsdj500 - Format and print text for DeskJet 500 BubbleJet using ghostscript
       gslj - Format and print text for LaserJet printer using ghostscript

       gslp -12BclqRr -b<header> -f<font> -F<hfont> -L<lines> -p<outfile> -T<n>
       --add-to-space <units> --add-to-width <units> --columns <n> --detect --first-page <n>
       --kern <file.afm> --last-page <n> --(heading|footing)-(left|center|right) <string> --mar-
       gin-(top|bottom|left|right) <inches> --no-eject-(file|formfeed) --spacing <n> [gs options]
       gsbj [options] [files]
       gsdj [options] [files]
       gsdj500 [options] [files]
       gslj [options] [files]

       This  utility provides functionality approximately equivalent to the Unix enscript(1) pro-
       gram.  It prints plain text files using a single font.	It  currently  handles	tabs  and
       formfeeds,  but	not backspaces.  It will line-wrap when using fixed-pitch fonts.  It will
       also do kerning and width adjustment.

       The default device (-sDEVICE=) and resolution (-r) are as follows:
	     gslp      epson	  180
	     gsbj      bj10e	  180
	     gsdj      deskjet	  300
	     gsdj500   djet500	  300
	     gslj      laserjet   300
       By default the current date is formatted as the center header.

       Standard switches implemented:
	      -12BclqRr -b<header> -f<font> -F<hfont> -L<lines> -p<outfile>

       Sun switches implemented:
	      -T<n>	set tab width

       Switches ignored:
	      -GghKkmow -# -C -d -J -n -P -S -s -t -v

       Switches added:

	      --add-to-space <units>
		     add the given number of 1/72" units to the width of each space (may be nega-

	      --add-to-width <units>
		     add  the  given number of 1/72" units to the width of each character (may be

	      --columns <n>
		     print in <n> columns

		     treat the file as PostScript if it starts with %!

	      --first-page <n>
		     start printing at page <n>

	      --kern <file.afm>
		     kern using information from the given .AFM file

	      --last-page <n>
		     stop printing after page <n>

	      --(heading|footing)-(left|center|right) <string>
		     set the heading/footing fields; use -B first to clear

	      --margin-(top|bottom|left|right) <inches>
		     set a margin

		     end-of-file/FF only starts a new column, not a new sheet

	      --spacing <n>
		     use double (n=2), triple (n=3), etc. spacing
       Also, the string %# in a heading or footing is replaced with the page #.


       This document was last revised for Ghostscript version 7.05.

       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 				  GSLP(1)

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