Exporting Encapsulated PostScript files.
The schematic and scope contents can directly be exported into an Encapsulated PostScript file (EPS). A suitable postscript driver has to be installed first and is mostly included in your windows installation.
The EPS file exported from the menu item Tools/Encapsulated Postscript/Select Postscript Printer has the same name as the current simulation file. The files from the scope are named after the current simulation file with the label scope following the scope identifier number.
A bounding box is added to the EPS file so the EPS file can directly be included into a text processor like Latex.
Selecting a PostScript driver
From Caspoc the postscript printer has to be installed once This can be done both from the menu in Caspoc and from the Scope. In Caspoc select the menu item Tools/Encapsulated Postscript/Select Postscript Printer
If no printer is selected yet, select the [Select] button to install a postscript printer
At Name: Specify the postscript printer and click the [Properties] button to set the output specifications. If no postscript printer is available, first install one as indicated in the last section, see below.
Click the [Advanced] button
In the properties dialog box, set the output specifications for EPS
At "Postscript Output Options" select "Encapsulated Postscript (EPS)" by opening the Document Options, Postscript Output Options
The paper size is not important, since scaling is performed automatically.
Close all dialog properties windows by selecting [ok]. The exported EPS files have a bounding box that encloses the schematic/scope. Using the tool GSview the postscript file can be viewed.
Adding a postscript printer driver
In windows a postscript printer driver is mostly included in your installation. To install a printer driver capable of exporting postscript files, open the "Printer" section form the windows "Start Menu", select "Settings" and finally double click [Add Printer] and follow the instructions.