Re: Mathematica to PDF
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- Subject: [mg30559] Re: Mathematica to PDF
- From: "Michael J. Reeves, AA, ASc" <mjreeves@2xtreme>, net at lois.pathlink.com
- Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2001 01:40:04 -0400 (EDT)
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On Tue, 28 Aug 2001 08:58:36 +0000 (UTC), Ioan Alexandre Romoscanu <romoscanu at imes.mavt.ethz.ch> wrote: > >Hi > >I would like to create a pdf file form a mathematica notebook and do not >manage to get an acceptable result. I use Mathematica 4.0 and Acrobat >Distiller and followed all the instructions given here and here. > >It still does not work. The error message one gets from Distiller is >that it is not allowed to embed the "math1" font because of "licensing >restrictions" (no comment about this, what I mean is really too >obvious). > >In any case, be it with Distiller or Ghostscript, every 2nd formula and >Mathematica characters (section bullets, ...) are scrambled in the pdf >output. > >I told Distiller where to look for the mathematica fonts (Settings=>font >locations) and I use religiously licensed and registered versions of >Mathematica and Distiller. > >Any clue? Does anyone manage to create perfect pdf files form Math. >notebooks? A possible work-around might be to cut-n-paste the file into Word or Wordperfect (whatever WP you use). IF they transfer across OK, then print to Distiller from there. IF they DON'T transfer across, you may need to ADD some fonts to your installed base. Wordperfect has lots of additional fonts available to install. I don'T know about Word??? Respectfully, Michael J. Reeves, AA, ASc MJR Consulting Services Voice: (916) 344-7834 E-Mail: mjreeves at 2xtreme.net --------------------------------------------------------- I have no SPAM. I don't give a SPAM. I take no SPAM from anyone. I am NOT in the SPAM business!!!