On Mon November 27 2006 9:01 am, Joe Smith wrote: > [email protected] wrote: > > I'm trying to use psnup to print two pages on a single sheet. The source > > pastscript file pages are already formatted 8.5 inches High by 5.5 inches > > Wide. I want to print these on to a 8.5 High 11 Wide page. > > ... > > I think you have to use pstops (NOT ps2ps) for this. Psnup always wants > to scale/rotate the pages. > > If you thought 'psnup' was hard to follow, wait 'til you try this ;-) > Here's the syntax that worked for me: > > # example: combine two statement pages (5.5 x 8.5”) > # on one landscape/letter page > # > pstops -pletter '2:0L(8.5in,0)+1L(8.5in,5.5in)' docfile.ps > > Note that this may not work with every application, depending on exactly > how they construct their output PostScript. E.g some apps may change the > coordinate system, so that pstops has to be told to adjust the rotation. > > There's a lot of helpful information here as well: > http://wiki.scribus.net/index.php/How_to_make_impositions_with_pstops > > <Joe Thanks much for the reply. That doing the trick fairly well. It messes up the margins on the first page for some reason, but I can get around that.