Re: PDF Format
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- Subject: [mg32499] Re: PDF Format
- From: Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at informatik.uni-leipzig.de>
- Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2002 01:00:32 -0500 (EST)
- Organization: Universitaet Leipzig
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the pdf- export is nearly unusable. Mathematica does not include
the Mathematica fonts -- and fonts are a integral part of pdf's
and the bounding box/crop box is always false.
The combination distiller/Acrobat worked for me, together with the
PNG-Export (that can pdflatex directly).
Export and Display call both psrender to produce a pdf, so
the core of the file is the same.
Kurt Kokko wrote:
> Hi folks,
> As a user of pdflatex there is a need to export graphics in either EPS
> or in PDF format. Using Export or Save as ...-option from menu I can
> export graphics as PDF, but the image size is not "perfect" enough. The
> best way what I have found (best quality and image size) is by exporting
> graphic as an EPS-file and then converting the EPS-file to PDF using
> tool called 'epstopdf'. The result is good, but I am trying to minimize
> the amount of steps needed.
> I am not an expert in graphics so does anyone know any other way to do
> it and does someone know why the output of EPS file using Display or
> Export is different?
> I have also noticed that you can export graphics in PDF format using
> Display, but again the image size was incorrect, which has to fixed
> using 'epstopdf' (by incorrect I mean that there is extra empty space
> around the image).
> Best regards,
> Kurt Kokko
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