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Re: Re: Re: Graphics into MS Word

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  • Subject: [mg46048] Re: [mg46031] Re: Re: Graphics into MS Word
  • From: Gerry Flanagan <flanagan at materials-sciences.com>
  • Date: Tue, 3 Feb 2004 18:20:52 -0500 (EST)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

The macros that Acrobat inserts into Word seem to work OK
(on my install, I've got Acrobat buttons at the top). They just do what
you said. The trick is to make sure that the default settings for
Distiller include embedding fonts. The macro apparently launches an
Acrobat printer (to PS), and then the distiller.
Gerry F.

At 03:21 AM 2/3/2004 -0500, Steve Luttrell wrote:
Good point about embedding fonts.
However, I am in the habit of sending a
PDF version of my Word file to anyone who wants electronic copy. To get the
fonts embedded correctly I do it in two steps (1) MS Word - PS file (i.e.
print to file using Postscript driver) (2) PS file - PDF file (using Adobe
Distiller). I never found a way of printing directly from MS Word to PDF
that dealt with fonts correctly. Do you have a way of doing
this?
Steve Luttrell

"Gerry Flanagan" <flanagan at materials-sciences.com> wrote
in message 
<a href="news:bvfq7q$p1f$1 at smc.vnet.net" eudora="autourl">news:bvfq7q$p1f$1 at smc.vnet.net</a>... 
> I'm most successful using Save Selection as EPS, 
> then Insert Picture from File in MS Word. You see a blank box in the word 
> file. Adobe Acrobat can be used to make a file you can electronically 
> distribute. Be sure to set Acrobat so that fonts are embedded - you can't 
> expect other people to have the Math font set. 
> Gerry F. 
> 
> At 05:19 AM 1/28/2004 -0500, Steve Luttrell wrote: 
> This may not help you but I just tried: 
> 1. In Mathematica: Create the equation as an in-line cell in a Text cell. 
> 2. Select the in-line cell. 
> 3. Copy As Metafile. 
> 3. In Word: Paste Special (Enhanced Metafile). 
> This worked OK. 
> I have Mathematica 5.0.1 for Windows with MS Office Word 2003 in Windows XP 
> (Home Edition). 
> Steve Luttrell 
> Frank Richter 
> Frank.Richter at TU-Berlin.de wrote in 
> message 
> <a href="news:butcpj$9ml$1 at smc.vnet.net" 
  eudora="autourl">news:butcpj$9ml$1 at smc.vnet.net</a>... 
> Dear Group, 
> 
> > please advise me on how to import graphics into Word. 
> 
> > I am using Mathematica Version 4.0.2.0 on a Windows 
> > Me 4.90.3000 equipped with MS Word 2000. 
> 
> > I need to import formulaes into the text of my PhD 
> > thesis. I tried all options: 
> 
> > copy as : bitmap, metafile 
> > save selection as : bitmap, wmf, emf 
> 
> > but in each case the brackets in the formula 
> > get marred. I couldn't find any other advice 
> > on the net as well. 
> > 
> > Thanks a bunch in advance 
> > 
> > Frank 


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