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Re: Mathematica formulae as Word metafiles

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  • Subject: [mg22353] Re: Mathematica formulae as Word metafiles
  • From: Alan Lewis <alanlewis at home.com>
  • Date: Fri, 25 Feb 2000 21:13:57 -0500 (EST)
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Atul Sharma wrote:
 
> My other notion was to distribute the file as a pdf document (using
> Ghostscript to convert from Postscript) ... The postscript route works fine for
> single formulae or plots, but exporting multiple numbered equations
> generates a disorganized postscript document. I'm not sure why this is the
> case.

You might want to experiment with the free .ps to .pdf converter at the
www.adobe site. They give you 10 free conversions on an email address.
I have had good luck with this in experimenting with fairly complex
Word documents in which Mathematica was imported by metafiles.


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