[texhax] Any recommendation for wmf->eps/pdf?

Uwe Lück uwe.lueck at web.de
Mon Mar 27 23:25:42 CEST 2006

At 13:54 24.03.06, Christer Thörn wrote:
>Philip G. Ratcliffe wrote:
>>Probably the easiest way to convert ANY graphics to eps is simply to install
>>a fake printer (there are many drivers available under Windows without
>>actually having the printer itself) - obviously, you must choose a
>>postscript printer (perhaps colour) and set the output to file (choosing
>>also maximum portability).  Then open up your image in its default programme
>>and print  it using the new driver.
>Which is what I've always done before and do now, and I constantly end up 
>having to mess with bounding boxes, media sizes and whatnot and it is 
>almost never consistent between the applications. Most applications can 
>however save/clipboard vector graphics into wmf/emf.

There is ps2eps for generating the bounding boxes etc., see

   CTAN:help/Catalogue/entries/ps2eps.html  and  CTAN:support/ps2eps/

Good luck,

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