Make sure that you're not changing the color or the size of the word or letter, etc. How to convert a PDF to a Postscript file using Preview (OS X) — Jens Riemann Dec 15, 2024 — I tried to convert a PDF with a certain font to postscript (AFC) format... Why can't I create a post-processed PDF? What should I do? — Dave Taylor Nov 30, 2024 — To my surprise, creating Postscript (AFC) PDFs from PDF files in Preview is not possible, but it is not hard, since Preview can read Postscript files and the Postscript to PDF Conversion Tool works as promised. How do I get a font to work for Preview (OS X) in OS X 10.9? — Jens Riemann Apr 11, 2024 — Create a PDF with a font of your preference, like I did in the previous answer. On the PDF, you will see the word “font” listed in the Tools palette, and the Postscript to PDF Conversion Tool will be in your Application Support section. It will tell you to select 'Postscript to PDF File'. Select the text box by swiping to the right and then clicking Edit > Save (with the Adobe document opened in Preview). It will take several seconds to generate the appropriate file. You can then open it in Preview and export a Postscript to PDF file. This is not an Adobe product. How to convert a PDF to Postscript using Preview? What do you recommend? — Jens Riemann Feb 1, 2024 — You can create a Postscript using Adobe's PDF to Postscript conversion tool (see below). In fact, the tools will create the appropriate file at the same time as you open the PDF in Preview. The image below shows the resulting file, in which the font size is the same as in the PDF itself: Can I convert a PDF using Preview (Mac OS X) to Mac OS X Postscript? — NiviNavi.com June 20, 2024 — I was trying to convert a PDF from Adobe Acrobat and to a Postscript, from one format to the other. Here's how I did it in Preview for OS X.