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Math typesetting in plot labels


I don't know the answer to your question, but I have wanted to do exactly the
same thing myself.  The best solution I have come up with so far is to export
Mathematica's postscript output into some graphics application that would allow
you to visually edit the file (like FrameMaker or AdobeIllustrator).  I don't
have either of these packages, so I don't know what their typesetting
capabilities are.  I would be very interested in any responses you get to your
inquiry.  Please forward them to me if they don't get placed in the MathGroup
mailing.  Thanks a lot.
			jim
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