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Subject:reading postscript files in Windows From:"Hogle, Pam" <phogle -at- NDC -dot- CO -dot- IL> Date:Wed, 3 May 1995 14:04:03 LCL
We use a program called Outside In (for Windows). It allows you to view the
contents of postscript and zipped files (among others) in a normal text
window, copy text from these files to the clipboard, read attachments in
(some) mail programs, and other features which I don't remember off-hand.