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Re: Mathematica, PDF and Ghostscript

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  • Subject: [mg64846] Re: [mg64799] Mathematica, PDF and Ghostscript
  • From: Clifford Martin <camartin at snet.net>
  • Date: Sun, 5 Mar 2006 03:19:13 -0500 (EST)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Christopher,
  
  I do the same thing for my notebooks but use PDF Creatore (a free PDF  generator). This maintains the integrals and fonts, etc. Acrobat PDF  works also but PDF Creator is faster and for me more convenient. Good  luck.
  
  Cliff
  

Christopher Arthur <pannoniara at aol.com> wrote:  Hello,

I've  been trying to print my Mathematica notebooks as PDF's, but I've been  running into a problem. I use the Ghostscript PDF device set up as a  redirected printer port. The results look just fine on my computer  (windows XP), but I sent the files to a friend with a Mac, and none of  my mathematica fonts/symbols seemed to embed properly in the PDF. I  have tried playing with the Ghostscript device options, including the  "embedAllFonts", which seems to make the file larger (so I know that it  is doing something), but it still doesn't format properly on her  computer. Any suggestions?

Regards,

Christopher Arthur




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