Re: style sheet for typesetting?
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- Subject: [mg48397] Re: [mg48386] style sheet for typesetting?
- From: jmt <jmt at dxdydz.net>
- Date: Fri, 28 May 2004 00:50:24 -0400 (EDT)
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You can use Mathematica to produce high quality documents. It is not
straightforward, but other type setting frameworks (TeX for instance) will
similarly require you to invest some time in this task.
Advantages of Mathematica :
- graphics can be produced inline (i.e. your notebook can contain the source
code for producing graphics - you don't nevertheless have to show it). This
is very handy when making last minutes corrections.
- images can be read by Mathematica, and then displayed ; this warants your
images to be clearly understood by the system - you don't have the troubles
you noticed, using drag and drop from MS Word.
- if you use the system regularly, your style sheets get richer.
- your notebooks can at the same time produce html or xml.
Black spots :
- running heads and empty pages are difficult to control ;
- I have had to correct some cells by hand to generate a satisfying result.
On 2004 05 26 08:41, sean kim wrote:
> hello group,
> does anyone know of a style sheet or some type of template for
> producing professionally typesetted mathematics documents in Mathematica?
> and if such documents are printed to a file and then coverted to PDF
> using Ghostscript/ghostview, will computers without Mathematica installed
> be able to view them without any problems?
> sometimes i noticed that the figures exported into Word from Mathematica
> gets garbled, specially wioth fonts. some letters show up ridiculously
> large. What is the issue behind that?
> thanks in advance
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