DVI stands for DeVice Independent file. These files are produced
by TEX or LATEX to be read by a driver of some sort on your computer. There are many different types of output that
.dvi can be sent to, such as a printer, PostScript or PDF file converter, or your computer screen.
You have already seen how to view a DVI file on the screen by using the button in the toolbar.
To print a DVI, you can use the same process that you used to create your document earlier (see the section called “Using Kile”). At step 7, after clicking , select -> in the viewer, and if you have your printer properly configured, you will be able to print the DVI.
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