I am trying to get a presentable hard copy from Orcad SDT/386 which can be emailed etc to people.
I have PLOTALL working, and outputting in postscript, all fine, and by importing the .ps file into say Corel Draw I get a fine schematic.
Except the fonts are useless.
Remembering back to the 1980s, when I used to plot huge Orcad schematics on a $15000 Calcomp pen plotter (in HPGL emulation) we had the same issue. The text does not line up properly with the wires etc. The basic issue is that the fonts used by PLOTALL do not resemble the nice bitmapped ones used within Orcad (which are used by PRINTALL).
If one could run PRINTALL and generate a PCL file (which one can; it is a pure bitmap with no font information) and then converted that to some graphical image, or alternatively ran some other driver (did anybody write Orcad drivers which output TIFF?), that would do it because images can be easily manipulated and printed to a PDF using Acrobat.