Obtaining glyph files
tells it that whenever the font described by garrm.tfm in a .dvi file is used, it should obtain the glyph information from garrm.pfa. If you your system stores glyph shapes in garrm.pfb or GaramondRoman instead, just replace garrm.pfa by the appropriate file name. The words "T1Encoding ReencodeFont" and the reference to T1.enc tell dvips that, when a .dvi file requests character 20, it should use the encoding vector described in the file T1.enc to determine the number of the corresponding character in the garrm.pfa file. Therefore the relevant .enc files must also be available to dvips.
garrm garrm "T1Encoding ReencodeFont" <T1.enc <garrm.pfa
Configuring dvi viewers
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