[texhax] Embedded math a la Mac OSX

Reinhard Kotucha reinhard.kotucha at web.de
Mon Dec 12 02:34:38 CET 2005

>>>>> "Joel" == Joel Salomon <joelcsalomon at gmail.com> writes:

  > Some time ago, someone showed off a feature of Mac OS X Keynote,
  > where they typeset a single equation in $,1'$'5'G(B $,1rt(B I think it was LaTeX
  > Equation Editor $,1rt(B then pasted the PDF into a Keynote presentation.
  > Does some such capability exist for non-Apple machines?
  > Specifically, is there some program that will typeset a single
  > equation into some embeddable form, perhaps eps?

Creating eps is easy.  Make sure no page numbers are printed

Then run latex and dvips -E.  You can use epstopdf if you need pdf.


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