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10/15/00 09:40am

>Does anyone know how to export a WMF file of a graphic with axis captions and a main caption using greek letters and brackets?
>Font substitution haven't brought me so far. Format->OutputText doesn't allow for greeks and sub-/ superscripts look very ugly. I also tried SansSerif etc. to circumvent the switching between font and monofont types.
>The problem I'm facing is to proceed the exported graphic with scientific word and finally with Acrobat Distiller. The licensed fonts Math1/2(-Mono) produce an error during destillation.
>I'am very eager for knowing whether someone else had this problem and whether there exists a solution at all.

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It is not clear how you are generatng the metafile graphics (Display/Export/front end?) or whether Mathematica and Scientific Word are the same machines.

You might try creating the graphics with the function Export[] with EPS as the target. Using the emmathfnt toolkit on MathSource (mathsource.wolfram.com), you should be able to embed the Math fonts in the resulting EPS
file. This should ensure that the fonts are rendered properly when hard copy is generated.

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