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Re: Mathematica to WordPerfect

  • To: mathgroup at christensen.cybernetics.net
  • Subject: [mg1995] Re: Mathematica to WordPerfect
  • From: bernacki at chaos.ic.ornl.gov (Bruce Bernacki)
  • Date: Wed, 6 Sep 1995 23:50:30 -0400
  • Organization: Oak Ridge National Laboratory

I asked this same question of Wolfram (and if you are using a licensed copy of MMA
I don't see why you don't take advantage of support at support at wri.com, just
provide your license number).  There is a bug in this version for windows.  The only
work-around is to save the file as postscript using the Display[] command, and then
append the appropriate postscript preamble using the rasterps.exe program that 
can be downloaded from mathsource.  It was formerly included with the DOS version, 
but isn't with the Windows version.  By the way, you can print a *.eps file in 
Windows by selecting Print, the Setup, and finally the Options button.  When you
click on the Encapsulated Postscript File box, you will be prompted for the filename.
You will still have a problem with axes labels, however.  The easier way (under
2.2.3, anyway), is to use the Export commant under the File menu.

Bruce



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