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PS2PDF(1)				   Ghostscript					PS2PDF(1)

       ps2pdf - Convert PostScript to PDF using ghostscript
       ps2pdf12  -  Convert  PostScript  to PDF 1.2 (Acrobat 3-and-later compatible) using ghost-
       ps2pdf13 - Convert PostScript to PDF 1.3  (Acrobat 4-and-later  compatible)  using  ghost-

       ps2pdf  [options...] (input.[e]ps|-) [output.pdf|-]
       ps2pdf12  [options...] (input.[e]ps|-) [output.pdf|-]
       ps2pdf13  [options...] (input.[e]ps|-) [output.pdf|-]

       The  ps2pdf  scripts  are  work-alikes  for nearly all the functionality (but not the user
       interface) of Adobe's Acrobat(TM) Distiller(TM) product: they convert PostScript files  to
       Portable Document Format (PDF) files.

       The three scripts differ as follows:

       -      ps2pdf12 will always produce PDF 1.2 output (Acrobat 3-and-later compatible).

       -      ps2pdf13 will always produce PDF 1.3 output (Acrobat 4-and-later compatible).

       -      ps2pdf  per  se currently produces PDF 1.2 output (Acrobat 3-and-later compatible).
	      However, this may change in the future. If you care about the  compatibility  level
	      of  the  output, use ps2pdf12 or ps2pdf13, or use the -dCompatibility=1.x switch in
	      the command line.

       There are some limitations in ps2pdf's conversion. See the  HTML  documentation	for  more

       gs(1), ps2pdfwr(1),
       Ps2pdf.htm in the Ghostscript documentation

       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 				PS2PDF(1)
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