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Re: Graphs from Mathematica to Word.

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  • Subject: [mg5602] Re: Graphs from Mathematica to Word.
  • From: hongjiew at (Hongjie Wang)
  • Date: Fri, 27 Dec 1996 01:59:09 -0500
  • Organization: Southeastern Louisiana University
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at

In article <59al0t$k5s at>, c928411 at 
>Hi there.
>Is it possible to make a *good* (3D) graph-copy from Mathematica,
>and paste it into Word? When the 'normal' copy/paste-functions are 
>used, the picture becomes rather coarse. The alternative is that the 
>picture could be printed from within Mathematica, and this gives some
>very fine results, but if you want to include tha graphs in a project,
>you would normally mix text and graphics. Any suggestions?
>Yours sincerely

In my experience, the best way to include a graph in a document is 
to store the graph in the postscript format. That way, you will
have higt quality graph. 
It is possible to import a "eps" graph from Word. It is also possible
to export an "eps" graph from Mathematica.

Hongjie Wang
Graduate Student
Department of Industrial and System Engineering
Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA.

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