Re: Re: word problem
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- From: Mary Beth Mulcahy <Mary.Mulcahy at colorado.edu>
- Date: Sat, 19 Aug 2006 00:41:06 -0400 (EDT)
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Just finishing up writing a thesis, in WordPerfect, with alot a graphs. My
solution to this problem was to export all my graphs as a wmf file and then
import them into WordPerfect. I had no problem resizing them once they were in
the document. I also found that to had to change the font size in Mathematica
to 9 pt so that once they were resized, they lettering in the graphs looked the
same size as the text in my document did.
On a side note, to wanted to get my Mathematica notebooks in as Apendices. To
do this I had mathematica convert them into pdfs and then I copied the pages
with Adobe's image tool and pasted them in as pictures. Perhaps is a better way
to do this, but it works.
Quoting Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at informatik.uni-leipzig.de>:
> you must have installed the Mathematica fonts, or prevent Mathematica
> to use its own fonts.
> But I don't know what fonts you have in your graphs and at least
> Adobe Acrobat should be able to enbed the fonts into a pdf-file.
> corrallia81 at yahoo.com wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I have a big problem.
> > I have prepared a lot of graphs (more specifically plots of some
> > functions I am interested in.)
> > I copy and paste these graphs in a word file and everything seems okay.
> > The graphs are presented in full detail how I wish.
> > However, when I open the same word file from a p.c. in which is not
> > installed the Mathematica, the graphs look destroyed. The situation
> > becomes even worse if I try to print this file from the same p.c.
> > Is it a way to fix this problem; Word to depicts normally pasted
> > Mathematica graphs regardless if Mathematica is installed?
> > I need this, because my professor wants this word file to write some
> > notes for a presentation/publication and after to convert to pdf and
> > PowerPoint. And he does not want to installed in his p.c. Mathematica
> > or MathReader. I try to persuade him that we can send a copy of
> > MathReader to the editors of the journal but he denies. He just wants a
> > normal word file with the plots. If I cannot follow his proposed way, I
> > must work
> > with other graph programs, which I want to avoid since I have prepared
> > many plots and I prefer the graphical capabilities of Mathematica.
> > Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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