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Re: Typesetting Mathematica code


I normally save cell source code in .eps for paper and book publishing,
process in Adobe Illustrator and include in
TeX or LaTeX as figures.  See examples in
http://caswww.colorado.edu/courses.d/IFEM.d/Home.html
-> chapter notes.

Usually publishers have no problems with those .eps files if
I substitute all Mathematica-specific fonts by equivalent
standard ones. For example  I replace (with Illustrator) all
Mathematica  greek symbols by Symbol, which is standard
over most of this planet.  I began doing that when I noticed wrong
symbols in printing  of class notes by students or in publisher proofs
(if a font is missing, often a system will replace that by Courier, but
if it is a greek letter that can be completely wrong)

If  you have complete control over your documents,
font replacement is not that crucial.


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