[Tugindia] .EPS FILES

David Owen dowen at carib-link.net
Sun Sep 17 18:02:09 CEST 2006

Hi, Alexander,
I just had similar problems. How did you produce your eps files? Did you
convert them from .doc or .xls files? If you did then I think you may
benefit from looking at the following page:

This solved my problem.

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Date: Sat, 16 Sep 2006 19:48:55 +0000
From: "Alexander Nervedi" <alexnerdy at hotmail.com>
Subject: [Tugindia] eps files
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I just began working with eps files for my diagrams and am having trouble 
with it. Earlier, i used to use jpgs for diagrams and then 
\includegraphics{} with the \userpackage{graphicxs). However, I recently 
realised that ghostview will automatically encode the bounding boxes of 
graphics and so I think eps versions of diagrams are handled better in 

When I compile on my home computer things look fine, but when I complie on 
my school computer, while the document does compile, none of the diagrams 
are there, just white space where the diagrams should have been. The 
remaining text is all where it should be as well. I was wondering if people 
may have a clue/suggestions to help me out.

As is usual, while compiling I used LaTeX and then dvi to pdf. Also, I am 
using WinEdt 5.4 and MikTeX 2.4

Thank you,

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