Re: Mathematica Plots -> Editing using Canvas or Illustrator ?
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- Subject: [mg2928] Re: Mathematica Plots -> Editing using Canvas or Illustrator ?
- From: windsora at kauri.vuw.ac.nz (Alistair Windsor)
- Date: Thu, 11 Jan 1996 01:12:16 -0500
- Organization: Victoria Uni. of Wellington, NZ.
>>>>> "PA" == PA <anoop at cco.caltech.edu> writes: PA> Hi There, I have a complicated plot generated in mathematica PA> that I would like to edit (add text and other graphics) to PA> using a graphics program like Canvas or Adobe Illustrator on PA> the mac. PA> Is there a simple way to do this? How do I save the plot? How PA> do I open it using the illustration program. A mathematica PA> book that I have says that this is possible, but it doesn't PA> say how! The easiest way to do this is to copy you graphic object to the clipboard. You can then convert this as necessary and paste into the program of you choice. Convert clipboard is an option under edit. Alternatively if you dont use a PS printer you can convert the graphics cell itself and then C&P. This has the advantage that by converting the "complicated" Graphics you reduce the memory they occupy. Al. ==== [MESSAGE SEPARATOR] ====