If you have a postscript "printer" installed (this doesn't necessarily
mean that you have an actual postscript printer, just that you
have the driver installed on your machine), then you can do the
following. In MS WORD, just select a postscript printer when you
print, and then choose to print to a file (instead of the printer).
That will produce a file with an extension ".prn" which is
Microsoft's postscript file. You can go ahead and submit that.
If you do not have a postscript "printer" installed, but you
have a Windows 95/98/NT CD-ROM, you can install a PostScript printer
from the Windows CD-ROM. Insert the CD-ROM and then
select Printers from the Settings Menu of the Start Menu. In
the Printers window, double-click on Add Printers and install an
HP LaserJet III Postscript+ printer. Then follow the instructions
above to generate a postscript file.
If you have a license for Adobe Acrobat and it is installed on your
machine, check your list of printers. You probably have an
AcrobatPDFWriter printer installed. In this case, you can simply
print to that printer from MS WORD, and submit that resulting pdf file.
Please let us know as soon as possible if none of these options work for you.