Re: Converting Mathematica graphics to EPS and PS files
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- Subject: [mg2286] Re: Converting Mathematica graphics to EPS and PS files
- From: wagner at goober.cs.colorado.edu (Dave Wagner)
- Date: Mon, 23 Oct 1995 12:39:49 -0400
- Organization: University of Colorado, Boulder
In article <DGoIKz.H7J at wri.com>, <khince at miu.edu> wrote:
>I've created some plots in Mathematica, and i'm trying to convert them
>into EPS files.
>When i copy them into the clipboard, then convert the clipboard to and EPS file
>and save it, all seems okay until i try to open the file from
>Adobe Photoshop. A message comes up that it can't read that type
>of EPS format. MS Word accepts it fine, but from Word you can't save
>the altered image as an EPS file. Is this a problem with Mathematica or Adobe?
>The goal is to create an EPS file with the Mathematica graphic which is
According to Andre' Kuzniarek in his article, "The Graphics Designer:
Graphics Editing Outside of Mathematica", in vol 5 iss 4 of The
Mathematica Journal, if you convert to clipboard to Illustrator format
before saving in a file, Photoshop can open the file. I expect you'd
be very interested in the rest of his article as well.
dbwagner at princon.com
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