[pstricks] eps image

Werner Grundlingh wgrundlingh at gmail.com
Thu Jan 29 07:08:32 CET 2009

In order to create a PDF document (via pdfLaTeX), you should use PDF
images. I've attached a PDF version of your image to this email.
Alternatively, if you need PSTricks at compile time, you should use
the traditional
  latex -> dvips -> epstopdf
option to create PDF output.


On Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 11:16, Gabrielle Araj <gabrielle_araj at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I try to create a book cover using PSTricks. I download an example written
> by Yuri Robbers and try to compile to a pdf with winedit. I also put a file
> called flower which is an image in eps in my folder.
> % create the box with the front cover picture
> \newsavebox\IBox
> \sbox\IBox{\includegraphics[height=9in]{flower.eps}}
> I receive the following message:  a unknown graphic extension .eps.
> I don't know what the problem is. So please help me.
> Thanks
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