If you are looking for PSViewer Application, you have come to the right place. We explain what PSViewer Application is and point you to the official download.
What is PSViewer Application?
PS Viewer is software that can be used to open PS-extension or PostScript files. The program allows users’ essential viewing capabilities for PostScript image files prior to printing with a PostScript-compatible printer: for instance, the program gives users interactive viewing options such as zooming in or out of the image and rotating it. Image panning is also available. The software does more than act as a PS viewer, however: it also includes some basic tools for image preparation and conversion.
To be precise, the PS Viewer program has a resizing tool that gives users the means to alter the size parameters for the original file. The resized image can be sent straight to a printing device or saved. Besides that, users can prepare the image for use with other programs too or convert it into a format most printers can handle if they do not have a PostScript printer. The output formats available include PNG, JPEG, GIF, TIFF and BMP.
The program can be downloaded and installed for free on Windows computers using Windows 2003, 2008, Vista, XP, and 7. It requires the Microsoft.NET Framework 3.5.
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File types supported by PSViewer Application
About file types supported by PSViewer Application
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Last updated: : June 8, 2014