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It is difficult to say without actually seeing the printer driver configuration file (could you provide that?), but one possibility is that those are "include" files, which would be customizations specific to your site/project/etc. There is some information in Help > Contents about this:
Using the %include statement in your printer driver lets you include another file containing printer driver information. Typically, the include file will not be a complete “.plt” file but instead will contain one or more records that can be shared by other “parent” files. Multiple %include statements may be used to included multiple files. Include files, in turn, may include other files.
Syntax: %include “filename”
where filename is the name of the file to be included. Quotation marks enclosing filename are optional and may be either quotes (`) or quotation marks (“). The filename may include a path or extension. If the path or extension is omitted, the missing values are taken from the MS_PLTR configuration variable. Configuration variables also may be used, in %include statements, to define where those included files can be found. For example %include msdir:papersizes.inc In addition you can use %include $(msdir)papersizes.inc, which is provides flexibility since you can use multiple variables $(project)$(user)...
A file cannot include itself nor another file more than once. A file cannot include a file that would cause the inclusion process to loop back on itself. For example, if File A includes File B and File B attempts to include File A, then File B´s %include statement is ignored.
Typically, the include file will not be a complete “.plt” file but instead will contain one or more records that can be shared by other “parent” files.
For example, the style keyword now supports device-independent units. Therefore, definitions could be moved out of your printer drivers and into a shared file, which could be included in all your printer drivers. You then can modify the style definitions for all your printers by editing this one shared file.
I have just run into a new plotting configuration I have never seen. The company plot driver is calling (for this example) for 4 .inc files
What are they?