LaTex to PDF
sjuranic at maxwell.ee.washington.edu
Thu Feb 17 11:56:31 PST 2000
I agree with Pedro. pdflatex is the way to go. The package should come with
a decent (though certainly not exhaustive FAQ that should get you up and
running. Finally I think Pedro meant to type epstopdf instead of eps2pdf, at
least, that's how it is on my system.
> The newer versions of TeTeX come with pdflatex, which will take the
> latex file and directly create the pdf file. You can't use PS
> graphics with these files, but if you convert the PS to pdf before
> hand (with convert or eps2pdf) then you can include them.
> Blas Pedro Uberuaga, buber at u.washington.edu, students.washington.edu/buber/
> University of Washington, Department of Physics, Seattle: 206-543-2738
> The superior man demands much of himself, the small man demands much of
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