> : Is it possible using Apsfilter/Ghostscript to print a .ps file in reverse
> : order? This would be of great help on my inkjet. (I also have a 350 LDP
> : manual printed without the last 8 pages--the printer ran out of ink!)
> You could use ghostview, and use it's 'print marked pages' function,
> thus printing your last eight pages.... Probably save you a lot of
> mucking about...
> Another way is to write each page to a seperate file, with the gs switch
> and then a short script which does something interesting with
> for f in `ls foo???.pcl | sort -nr` ; do lpr -P deskjet $f ; done
> would probably do the trick.
> There are probably other methods.. Just my tuppenceworth...
mpage works very well. You can get it from sunsite. You can place it
before your gs call, i.e., have mpage pipe its data into gs. If the
file is already ps, mpage will only reverse the order of the pages. If
the file is ascii, mpage will convert it to ps and then revert the