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% % File: Startup Example.ps % % End-user startup PostScript job file. Include any permanent PostScript into % this file. This file will be executed as an "unencapsulated job"* % each time the Acrobat Distiller application starts up. % % *See "PostScript(R) Language Reference Manual, Third Edition," Chapter 3.7.7 % % NOTE: This file will be overwritten each time you install Acrobat Distiller. % We recommend you make a copy of this file to a different name and modify % that copy. % % Each of the items below is presented as an example as is commented out. To % actually use one of the examples, uncomment the line(s) of PostScript code by % deleting the "%" character and modify to suit your needs. % % Please be aware that any PostScript code in this file which needs to access % the filesystem must do so with fully qualified pathnames. Do not assume that
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Unformatted text preview: % a "current directory" exists. % %%% PRE-LOADING FONTS INTO MEMORY %%% Load a font into the FontDirectory dictionary (local VM) % % /Courier findfont pop % %%% IDIOM RECOGNITION %%% Idiom recognition enables the conversion of blends from %%% popular software such as Illustrator, FreeHand, Quark, and %%% Corel into Level 3 smooth shades. %%% In Acrobat 4.0 it was recommended to set the IdiomRecognition %%% flag in a startup file. But in Acrobat 5.0 and later, blends %%% conversion is controlled by a distillerparam (/DetectBlends) %%% in the job options file, and is settable from Distiller's %%% user interface. % % (Processing Startup Example.ps. ..\n) print flush % % Insert your custom PostScript here. .. % % (Processing Startup Example.ps done\n) print flush % % End of file....
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2011 for the course ECE 762 taught by Professor Degroat during the Winter '11 term at Ohio State.

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