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st: RE: Re: Stata produced eps files and LaTex
Thanks very much, I'll try this again after the update.
Game Design, IGT
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> Bayard Webb (Bayard.Webb@IGT.com) wrote
> > I'm using Windows, PCTeX v5 and Stata v8.1. I am trying to
> include a graph
> > in a document.
> > * I choose "Save Graph As", select "*.EPS", and save.
> > * I get an EPS file that opens in GSView just fine.
> > * It also opens in a document window (previewer) in PCTeX
> > * However, when I typeset my document it not only won't
> print, it wipes out
> > the entire page.
> Bayard should make sure he has installed the latest executable update
> (dated September 9, 2003). I do not know for sure whether it will fix
> Bayard's problem. However, it is always a good idea to make sure you
> are fully up to date when encountering a problem like this,
> on the chance
> that the problem has been fixed in an update. For Bayard's problem
> in particular, there were some changes to Stata's EPS code in the
> latest update that very well may fix the problem he is having. From
> -help whatsnew- from the September 9 update:
> 18. EPS files produced by graph export did not print
> properly when placed
> in some Adobe applications such as PageMaker and
> InDesign, although
> they would print and could be viewed by other
> applications; this has
> been fixed.
> This sounds similar to the problem Bayard is describing.
> If Bayard continues to experience this problem even after installing
> the latest update, he should contact Stata Technical Support at
> firstname.lastname@example.org who will lead him through several steps to
> hopefully diagnose whether the problem is with Stata or with something
> on his computer.
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