[texhax] postscript printing

Sebastian Luque sluque at mun.ca
Thu Jun 24 10:27:42 CEST 2004

On Thu, June 24 2004 04:25, Robin Fairbairns wrote:

> you don't in general _want_ "postscript" for inclusion in (la)tex
> documents, since general postscript is not self-contained and can muck
> things up in areas around it, quite apart from the sort of peculiarity
> you're seeing.

But then why do postscript images created in R are perfectly visible on the 
dvi file created by latex'ing the original '.tex' file?
> does openoffice not offer "encapsulated postscript" (.eps) output?  if
> it does, use that.  if it doesn't, either use the postscript output you
> _do_ get, or investigate translation functions like those in gsview.

I'm using the latest OOo version (1.1) and, at least in Calc, there's only an 
option to print to a postscript file. No 'eps', unfortunately.

Thanks for the suggestions.


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