Commit e7f961bc authored by Dave Love's avatar Dave Love
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PostScript <- Postscript.

parent d45bbb01
......@@ -353,11 +353,11 @@ previously with @code{add-untranslated-filesystem}.
@section Printing and MS-DOS
Printing commands, such as @code{lpr-buffer} (@pxref{Hardcopy}) and
@code{ps-print-buffer} (@pxref{Postscript}) can work in MS-DOS and
@code{ps-print-buffer} (@pxref{PostScript}) can work in MS-DOS and
MS-Windows by sending the output to one of the printer ports, if a
Unix-style @code{lpr} program is unavailable. This behaviour is
controlled by the same variables that control printing with @code{lpr}
on Unix (@pxref{Hardcopy}, @pxref{Postscript Variables}), but the
on Unix (@pxref{Hardcopy}, @pxref{PostScript Variables}), but the
defaults for these variables on MS-DOS and MS-Windows are not the same
as the defaults on Unix.
......@@ -423,7 +423,7 @@ when @code{lpr-command} is not @code{""}. If the variable
@vindex ps-lpr-command @r{(MS-DOS)}
@vindex ps-lpr-switches @r{(MS-DOS)}
A parallel set of variables, @code{ps-lpr-command},
@code{ps-lpr-switches}, and @code{ps-printer-name} (@pxref{Postscript
@code{ps-lpr-switches}, and @code{ps-printer-name} (@pxref{PostScript
Variables}), defines how PostScript files should be printed. These
variables are used in the same way as the corresponding variables
described above for non-PostScript printing. Thus, the value of
......@@ -633,7 +633,7 @@ Processes}.
@cindex printing under MS-DOS
Printing commands, such as @code{lpr-buffer} (@pxref{Hardcopy}) and
@code{ps-print-buffer} (@pxref{Postscript}), work in MS-DOS by sending
@code{ps-print-buffer} (@pxref{PostScript}), work in MS-DOS by sending
the output to one of the printer ports. @xref{MS-DOS Printing}.
When you run a subprocess synchronously on MS-DOS, make sure the
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