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When you use a Windows-supported driver, PostScript-generated output always starts and ends with a CTRL+D (ASCII 04) key sequence.
CTRL+D is an end-of-file (EOF) reset code used to ensure that the printer is set correctly for the next print job. However, this character can cause a job not to print through UNIX-based networks (for example, Banyan VINES, AT&T Star Group, and Sun) and other printing-control software.
Follow the appropriate procedure below to allow your print job to finish.
Windows 3.1 and 3.11
Windows 3.0 and 3.0aThe only way to eliminate the CTRL+D character from the PostScript file is to create a PRN file, then load it into a text editor and manually remove the character.
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