What is a PS File?
A .PS file contains a programming language named PostScript, created by Adobe Systems. PostScript defines the page layout design which may or may not include raster and vector graphics, amongst other text inside the document. The PS file format was originally created to convert digital documents which included both text and graphics into printable page layouts.
When printing files across many operating systems and apps, the PS language is very useful for retaining the design of page layouts. Additionally, the language permits image scaling to different resolutions without compromising quality, resulting in better graphics and typography. That said, with the passage of time, other, more advanced, page layouts have taken precedence over the .PS format, such as the PDF file format.
Download PS Sample Files
If you wish to test out different page layouts with varying fonts, you can download the sample .PS files from below.