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‘M-x handwrite’ you can turn the buffer into “handwritten” Postscript.
Postscript can be edited and printed from Emacs. This is handy for people using NT Emacs – just use M-x ps-print-buffer (or M-x ps-print-buffer-with-faces).
If you don’t want to print colors, or if colors look bad on your printer (too light, for example), you can use ps-extend-face to fix that. Here’s an example of some old code I used while I was working with NT Emacs with a dark barkground and light fonts:
(ps-extend-face '(font-lock-keyword-face "black" nil bold) 'MERGE) (ps-extend-face '(font-lock-function-name-face "black" nil bold) 'MERGE) (ps-extend-face '(font-lock-keyword-face "black" nil bold) 'MERGE) (ps-extend-face '(font-lock-comment-face "dim gray" nil italic) 'MERGE)