Re: Export PDF plot or Save Selection As -- big troubles with
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- Subject: [mg90057] Re: Export PDF plot or Save Selection As -- big troubles with
- From: AES <siegman at stanford.edu>
- Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2008 06:18:56 -0400 (EDT)
- Organization: Stanford University
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In article <g3vl08$kjh$1 at smc.vnet.net>, lehin.p at gmail.com wrote: > Hi, > It is known that Adobe Illustrator has some troubles with importing > PDF files even if they are created by Adobe Distiller. As I know the > universal way for importing PDF in Illustrator does not exist at all! > There is the only universal way to import EMF vector graphics into > Illustrator that I have found after many hours of tries. It is really > > . . . . . . > > If anyone know a way to convert PDF-file produced by Mathematica into > EMF or AI or CDR or other interchangeable vector format it will be > VERY MUCH appreciated if you will share you knowledge... I thought I had read somewhere, some time back, that PDF is now, in recent versions of Illustrator, _the_ standard format for Illustrator, and for working across all Adobe products; and in fact, here's a direct quote from the Help in Illustrator CS 11: "Adobe Illustrator has used Adobe PDF (Portable Document Format) as its native file format for several versions . . . " As stated in my original post, I don't know if the problem with opening certain Mathematica-exported figures in Illustrator is a WRI bug in writing the PDF file or an Adobe bug in reading it . . . but if I had to bet on this, my money would be on a WRI bug.