Re: Scaling JPEGs or TIFFs inside PDF slides (using Illustrator)?
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- Subject: [mg98554] Re: Scaling JPEGs or TIFFs inside PDF slides (using Illustrator)?
- From: AES <siegman at stanford.edu>
- Date: Sun, 12 Apr 2009 03:49:25 -0400 (EDT)
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In article <grpifs$lof$1 at smc.vnet.net>, mike.honeychurch at gmail.com wrote: > > Is there a particular reason you are using JPEG/TIFF and not vector > images? > > On the occasions that I have imported mathematica graphics into > illustrator (and freehand) they were EPS or PDF images. One worked > well and one was jnot so well but I can't remember which. Resizing was > easy -- just group all the points in the image and resize. > Many of these just _are_ JPEGs or TIFFs from the start: photographs of apparatus, of notable people or events, of experimental results, that has been gathered from archives, other publications, or the web (Google Images). Some are scans, e.g. titles-and-abstracts from important papers or journal articles, material from books (selected paragraphs or illustrations), material from archives, things that I've scanned or that are available online only in scanned form. Anything I can create in vector format (from Mathematica, Illustrator, TeX) or type in myself as text, I do.