A while back I posted a question on how to print a man page,
thanks to all who replied. Most suggested that I type man manpage |lpr
(if your printer is lpr). However as I found out after printing the
man entry for man itself (sad but true) if you have a postscript printer
and you use the -t switch eg. man -t manpage |lpr, you get a nice
easy to read properly formatted page. Or you can e-mail it to yourself
or someone else by using |mailto -s subject title name at domain.type.
Might help someone.
If two wrongs dont make a right, try three!
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