QUARTO(LOCAL)                                       QUARTO(LOCAL)

       quarto - PostScript N-up slicer/dicer

       quarto [-[234689]] [-p <pages>] [-bcdlr] [-g #] [PS file]

       Select pages from a PostScript file, and print in a tiled format.
       (The input must contain EPS-like directives '%%Page:...')
         -p... print the given pages; e.g., '-p1,2,4-8,12-'
               '-p -4' prints through page four;
               '-p 12-' prints from page 12 through the end;
               numbers are original ordinal page numbers, starting at 1
               also, '-p even', '-p odd', '-p1-4,1-4,1-4,1-4' etc.
         -2    print 2 tiled, shrunken pages per page;
               # may be 2,3,4,6,8,9,16 or 25 (default 1);
               portrait or landscape layout will be chosen accordingly.
         -b    don't print borders around each tiled page.
         -c    print cut-marks for each tiled page.
         -d    overlay a test pattern on the page.
               (a box around the paper sheet border,
                and a circle and cross in the middle;
                intended to help calibrate for different printers)
         -g #  set the gap between tiles to # (12.000000)
         -l    list the pages+offsets (don't output any PostScript).
         -r    reverse the page order
         -x    Lax enforcement of conforming PS standards.

       Currently  only  tested  and used with a NeXT printer + A4
       (letter)  paper, with input in portrait  orientation.   It
       should  be  easy  to  fix for other media; check PBox, the
       test pattern, the calculation of  'Scale', and  the  macro
       'pgx()' (used by the 'putNup()' routines).

       Enjoy  at  your own peril, but please send me any improve-

       M. J. Hawley
       MIT media Laboratory
       20 Ames Street
       Cambridge, MA 02139
       Copyright (c) MIT Media Laboratory 1991.