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Casey Mann
10/23/01 4:30pm

I'm sorry, in my last mail I didn't tell you how to display the .eps file from Latex.

First, in the preamble of you latex file, type

\usepackage{epsfig}
\usepackage{float}

Then, to include the graphics in the body of the text, do

\begin{figure}[H]\epsfig{file=filname.eps}\caption{Type some caption here}\label{fig:text}\end{figure}

There are a few options to be aware of. The [H] makes the eps file appear HERE, and the are other commands like "B" for BOTTOM OF PAGE. The \caption command is optional, as is the \label command. The \label command is very handy if you want to make reference to the picture. For example, if you want to reference it within the text, you issue the command

\ref{fig:text}

and it will give the number of the figure.

Good luck,
Casey

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How to save graphics as EPS file Anh Vu 10/23/01 09:49am
Re: How to save graphics as EPS file Casey Mann 10/23/01 4:19pm
Re: How to save graphics as EPS file Casey Mann 10/23/01 4:30pm
Re: How to save graphics as EPS file John Leko 10/23/01 10:57pm
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