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Integrating TeXSaved Mathematica in LaTeX-Documents

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  • Subject: [mg29124] Integrating TeXSaved Mathematica in LaTeX-Documents
  • From: Stefan.Schenderlein at ferring.de
  • Date: Wed, 30 May 2001 05:50:40 -0400 (EDT)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Hi,
I tried to combine Mathematica and LaTeX but did not get the results I
wanted. Perhaps there is a simple explanation and someone could help me.


Mathematica offers the possibility to save a notebook as TeX-File. I would
like to append the mathematica notebook to a LaTeX-document. As I understoot
I need

\usepackage{notebook2e}

to to so. This works but there are some "changes".
1. The German umlaut =E4, =F6, =FC are translated into \ADoubleDot{}, ODoubleDot
and so on which is not accepted by LaTeX. OK, I can use "Find and Replace"
or something else in TeX, but could Mathematica be told to use the umlaut directly?

2. I would like to append the notebook to a report (using the German macro
package "KOMA script" and the appropriate document classes). If I include
the TeXsaved Mathematica File and put the \usepackage statement into the
main document the whole document uses now the Mathematica fonts. Also the
table of content has double spaced lines. Has anybody tried this combination
already? Is there a way to have only the appendix formatted by
notebook2e.sty?

3. Unfortunately all the ligations (fi, ff, fl) in the document are replaced
by undefined symbols of the MathFonts. I can only avoid this when printing
from the DVI-Viewer (YAP) but not from the Postsript-Viewer (GSView) what
confuses me further. (This does not change if I do not use KOMA-Script.)

Stefan


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