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       pstoepsi - convert PostScript to encapsulated PostScript with bitmap


       pstoepsi [-gs|-news] [-strip] [-2x] [-noprev] [-debug] file.epsi


       pstoepsi  will  convert  an arbitrary PostScript image to an encapsulated PostScript image
       with a bitmap, suitable for incorporation into FrameMaker, LaTeX, troff, etc.

       Note in the USAGE line, the source PostScript file must end in a .ps extention.  This is a
       GhostScript requirement, not mine...

       This  manual  page  was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution because the original
       program does not have a manual page.


       -gs    Use ghostscript to convert to EPSI.

       -news  Use Sun's X/NeWS (OpenWindows) to convert to EPSI.

       -strip Strip all %% directives from the source file --  useful  when  dealing  with  Adobe
              Illustrator and others who use directives incompatible with this convention.

       -2x    Use 2X resolution.

              Do not include the preview bitmap.

       -debug Print debugging information.


       tgif(1), gs(1).


       Doug  Crabill  <> and William C. Cheng <>.  This manual
       page was written by Jim Van Zandt <> for the Debian  GNU/Linux  system  (but
       may be used by others).

                                         January 28, 2002                             PSTOEPSI(1)