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Re: Mma and Adobe Acrobat?
Graphics in Adobe Acrobat only look good if you have Acrobat Distiller. I have several papers at my website (http://www.esm.psu.edu) that were created using LaTeX and which I converted into PDF (Acrobat) format just using the PDF writer. I have recently bought Acrobat Distiller to improve the quality of graphics in my PDF documents. --- Rick Campbell In article <4kvds7$624 at ralph.vnet.net>, hohmuth at cipserv1.physik.uni-ulm.de (Lars Hohmuth) wrote: >Hi, > >Could anybody please tell me how well mma and the Adobe Acrobat Package do >work together? My boss asked me if I would like to put parts of my thesis on >CD and I did large parts of it in Mma and TeX. > >I would be grateful, if somebody could e-mail me a converted Mma Notebook or >tell me where to download one, so I can see for myself how the graphics >appear onscreen and printed. > >Thanks for any help, > > > >Lars ==== [MESSAGE SEPARATOR] ====