1 Oct 08:34 2007

### LaTeX CJK fonts distilling problem

Hi All,

I am facing a problem distilling a large LaTeX
document containing type1 CJK characters from cyberbit
font. I have created the respective tfm and pfb files
using ttf2tfm and ttf2pt1 utilities and created and
updated the respective map files as well. The PDF is
generating fine using pdflatex but giving error with
acrobat ditiller. If the no. of CJK characters are
reduced or the document divided into parts, proper
distillation occurs through acrobat as well.

I think the problem is due to LaTeX reencoding of
cyberbit truetype unicode font. Does anyone has any
suggestions for solving this.

.. Sehar

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14 Oct 20:12 2007

### Re: tugindia Digest, Vol 57, Issue 18



>Today's Topics:
>
>    1. Re: How to convert graph file into a EPS file? (Sridhar M.A.)
>On 25 Sep 2007 13:16:29 -0000, yuwaraj m ghugal <ghugal@...> wrote:

For example I want to include sigmax.grf drawn in microsoft excel or windows based graphics software into
my latex document, how it is to be carried out?
Kindly help me.

A wild guess : are you using sigma plot software? Then, there _might be an option in that lets you export/save
the drawing/graph as
eps/pdf/jpg. Once you have one of those, inclusion into a LaTeX
document is easy.  But, please provide more details like the program
you are using, etc, so that someone can help.

Regards,

>Sridhar M.A.

Dear Sridhar

Latex does not accept PDF or JPG figures directly for their inclusion in the tex. It needs first to be
converted into EPS file, then by figure inclusion command it can be done. My question is, How to convert any
graph drawn using windows based software into EPS figure? Many software do not have option of saving Figs
as PDF, JPG, and they are acceptable to Latex.



16 Oct 05:08 2007

### Re: tugindia Digest, Vol 57, Issue 18

On 14 Oct 2007 18:12:24 -0000, yuwaraj m ghugal <ghugal@...> wrote:
>
>   Please give me correct solution.
>
You can try saving your graph as jpg file; use any of the image
manipulation programs to convert it to eps/pdf file for inclusion in

Alternate method: Why not use a graphing program which exports the
figures to LateX friendly formats? Try gnuplot. It is available for
MS-Windows also.

Regards,

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16 Oct 06:14 2007

### Re: How to convert graph file into a EPS file? (Sridhar M.A.)

>   Latex does not accept PDF or JPG figures directly for their inclusion in the tex. It needs first to be
converted into EPS file,...

The freely downloadable JPEJ2PS program does convert jpeg figures into eps files nicely.

M.Kalidoss

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17 Oct 17:53 2007

### Re: tugindia Digest, Vol 58, Issue 4

Continuing with  what has been written so far, I would think that Latex does accept pdf figures directly.  i
use xfig to create a figure, save it with a  .fig extn, and also export it as a figure with a .ps or .eps or a .pdf
extension, according to my requirement.  Then use \usepackage{graphicx}  in the preamble and use in the
tex file where the figure is to appear

\begin{figure}
\includegraphics{figurename.pdf}
\end{graphics}

and use pdflatex to generate a file with .pdf extension.

I find xfig program to be very versatile. Maybe XFIG is available for windows also.  However, I use tetex
under linux

C. Datta

> >   Latex does not accept PDF or JPG figures directly for their  inclusion in the tex. It needs first to be
converted into EPS file,...
> eps files nicely.
>
> M.Kalidoss
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18 Oct 06:17 2007

### Re: tugindia Digest, Vol 58, Issue 4


> Continuing with  what has been written so far, I would think that Latex
> does accept pdf figures directly.  i use xfig to create a figure, save it
> with a  .fig extn, and also export it as a figure with a .ps or .eps or a
> .pdf  extension, according to my requirement.  Then use
> \usepackage{graphicx}  in the preamble and use in the tex file where the
> figure is to appear
>

> \begin{figure}
> \includegraphics{figurename.pdf}
> \end{graphics}
The above code (with .pdf file) works only with pdflatex, not plain latex.

>
> and use pdflatex to generate a file with .pdf extension.
>
> I find xfig program to be very versatile. Maybe XFIG is available for
> windows also.  However, I use tetex under linux
>
> C. Datta
>
>> >   Latex does not accept PDF or JPG figures directly for their
>> inclusion in the tex. It needs first to be converted into EPS
>> file,...
>> eps files nicely.
>>
>> M.Kalidoss
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22 Oct 06:20 2007

### How to use JPEG2eps

Dear all,
Good morning sir,

I am very thankful for all the  replies, regarding converting JPG to eps
files. Sir I am new user of latex so I am getting stuck up at very small
things especially to convert figures to eps files.

I have downloaded the software JPEG2eps as per recommended by one of the
memeber but I found that the documentation is in German so I could not use
it. Can you please tell me how to use it?

also i am working in windows environment.

Thanking you

With regards,

SUDHEER Ch

IIT DELHI research scholar

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22 Oct 06:46 2007

### Re: How to use JPEG2eps

Hello,

On Mon, 22 Oct 2007, sudheer wrote:
> I have downloaded the software JPEG2eps as per recommended by one of the
> memeber but I found that the documentation is in German so I could not use
> it. Can you please tell me how to use it?

program that is part of "ImageMagick" or "GraphicsMagick" which can
convert from jpeg to EPS by the command:
convert jpeg:infile.jpg eps3:outfile.eps
This causes no significant loss from the JPEG file to the EPS file.

Another alternative is to use pdflatex to convert LaTeX documents
directly into PDF (and include JPEG figures unchanged).

Regards,

Kapil.
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22 Oct 06:50 2007

### Re: tugindia Digest, Vol 58, Issue 3

> Alternate method: Why not use a graphing program which exports the
> figures to LateX friendly formats? Try gnuplot. It is available for
> MS-Windows also.

I suggested JPEG2PS for conversion of figures already available.
But PSTricks is best suited for figures and GNUPLOT is best
suited for plots, as suggested.

Regards.
M. Kalidoss

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22 Oct 09:31 2007

### Spot Color in LaTeX

Dear All

Greeting for all from Karthikeyan

Sir I need to know if there any packages for including
spot color in LaTeX. I found one called spotcolor but
this works with pdfLaTeX. I am using YandY TeX. Please
help me to find the suitable package for using spot
color.