Re: Porting Mathematica graphics to MicroSoft Point, with quality
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- Date: Sat, 15 Feb 2003 01:43:06 -0500 (EST)
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In article <b2ib8s$pvi$1 at smc.vnet.net>,
liu at vtaix.cc.vt.edu (Xiangdong Liu) wrote:
> So, what's the proper way of porting Mathematica graphics to PowerPoint
> (or any other MS Office software) to fully utilize the printer
Depends on what your ultimate goal is. But if you want any or all of
-- good printed documents
-- good onscreen presentations
-- ability to send copies to other people
two good choices are either (1) Print images to PDF direct from
Mathematica or (2) Export figures from Mathematica to HD as EPS files,
then create pages or slides using TeX or LaTeX or any other word
processor and print these to PDF.
Once you've done this, with Adobe Acrobat you can then shuffle and edit
and touch up pages if needed, and then anyone can view and print the
resulting document on any platform with the free Acrobat Reader, or
display it as a slide show using the excellent Full Screen slide show
capability, all with good quality and small file size.
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