Here is a copy of what I mailed to John yesterday: :-)

This was already discussed in a thread some days ago.
You should look at the archives for the full thing.
Alll options are about creating PostScript (which is what LaTeX is
supposed to do
after all) and then converting it to PDF. Have a look at Acrobat
Distiller , or
at ghostscript (free!) ...
Hope this helps

Hugh Caley wrote:

> I'm sorry, I didn't see any reply to this...what were the suggestions?
>
> Hugh
>
> John Wetterau wrote:
>
> > Thierry, Reuben,
> > Thanks a lot. That's a big help.
>
> --
> Hugh Caley, Unix/Web Administrator
> Babcock & Brown, San Francisco
> 415-512-1515 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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