Windows 3.x offers the option "Print To" "Encapsulated
PostScript File". People think this is the way to produce
PostScript multipage files. WRONG! Instead it creates a
multipage file with an EPS header.
This option should have been written to prevent output
of any pages after the first.
The correct way to get a PostScript file is to "Connect"
the printer to "FILE:".
My preference is for single page EPS files with a BoundingBox
that is in the printable area of most printers. These EPS files
can be printed OR imported.