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Re: Mathematica code & Latex

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  • Subject: [mg63404] Re: [mg63402] Mathematica code & Latex
  • From: "Christopher Arthur" <pantagruel123 at>
  • Date: Fri, 30 Dec 2005 02:32:23 -0500 (EST)
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Maybe this is too simple, but can't you just try the Save As Special...TeX 
option on the File menu of the front end, then include that file in your 
latex document?  It doesn't seem to look exactly like the notebook front 
end, but I can't see why it would change the rest of your formatting either.

Another option is to take postscript "screenshots" and display them as 
figures.  Maybe try pstoedit on the output postscript file since pstoedit 
comes with some special implementation to make latex code from postscript 

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Daniel Arnold" <flashlight at>
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Subject: [mg63404] [mg63402] Mathematica code & Latex

> Hi all
> In order to include some Mathematica code into a latex document I've
> tried the package notebook2e. But as soon as I use this package all the
> fonts in my latex document are changed. I am not able to include some
> code without changing the whole document. Do you know how to fix that or
> do you know other possibilities to get Mathematica code into a latex
> document (others than making screenshots)?
> Greets, Daniel

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