Re: About EPS GRAPHIC'S FORMAT
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- Subject: [mg4879] Re: About EPS GRAPHIC'S FORMAT
- From: jvallino at pcix.com (Joe Vallino)
- Date: Thu, 26 Sep 1996 22:42:30 -0400
- Organization: IDT Corporation
- Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
In article <51l27m$kk3 at dragonfly.wolfram.com>, cserrat at bcn.servicom.es
>Hello, I have a problem with the graphics generated by Mathematica 2.2 for
>I should be able to copy and paste these graphics in some "drawing" software
>for Windows, to make some retouchings. The problem is that Windows takes the
>copied graphics as Bipmap format, and it appears pretty less pleasing when
>the document is printed.
>I would be grateful if someone could tell some solution or some "drawing"
>Software, able to read EPS format and work with it (I have "Paint Shop Pro",
>which, in principle, can read EPS format; but it changes a lot the
>dimensions an style of the graphics generated by Mathematica -also, I do not
Get PageDraw for windows at
It is freeware! It can import and edit adobe illustrator (a version
of postscript i think). Export Mma graphics as same (either from front end
or by using Display).
PageDraw is an extemely good free piece of software! It can also edit
standard PS, but you have to do a little conversion first.
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