Benoît,
It is difficult to say what you might be doing wrong without seeing
some actual code. Have you tried exporting the graphs to WMF instead
of EMF format?
Friedrich Huebler
--- "Laplante, Benoît" <Benoit_Laplante@UCS.INRS.Ca> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> When I export a graph in emf format, the X axis, which is correctly
> located in the graph window, is displaced to the left of the
> figure, so I get a portion of the axis outside the figure and a
> portion of the figure without any line for the X axis.
>
> I had this problem with my old computer and Stata 8 and 8.2. I
> still have it with a new computer and Stata 9.
>
> I am generating such graphics using pretty basic commands and
> export the graphs using the -graph export- command. The location
> problem seems to be emf specific: for instance, everything is fine
> using the same commands but replacing the "emf" extension by "png".
> Of course, using png, I get a non vectorial figure and this is a
> problem by itself.
>
> Does someone know where this problem comes from?
>
> Any ideas about what I may be doing wrong?
>
> Thanks.
>
> Benoît Laplante, professeur
> Université du Québec
> Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique
> Urbanisation, Culture et Société
> http://www.inrs-ucs.uquebec.ca/default.asp?p=lapl
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