If the image is in Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) format, than you canQuote:> I've an image (in postscript or PCL language) and I've to print together
> with text.
> The printer is HP Laser 4000 or 5000 whit both postscript and PCL drivers,
> so the problem is just to integrate.
> At least I can simply put the image under the text, but it's important they
> are in the same page!
> How can I do, automatically, working in background?
> Thanks, Fabio Faggi.
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I got the following problem which seems to be very strange to me.
I prepared encapulated postscript files from Adobe Illustrator (3.01) on
a Mac, and then transfer it to a UNIX machine (SUN SPARC) where it is
merge with the latex files (I've tried both psfig/TeX and the "\epsffile"
command in LateX). Everything goes well and I can preview the merged
page (text from Latex and the figures from Adobe) on ghostview.
However, when I try to print it out, the figures does not appear.
The strange point is that:
1. I can print out the encapsulated postscript file containing the figure
on my SPARC station
=> My laserwriter should be able to handle the psfile generated by Adobe
2. I can preview the "desired" merged output page from ghostview
=> The procedure I did for encapsulating the psfile into latex document
should be correct.
Can anyone out there have any ideas about this instance ?
P.S. The text-portion of the document is of minimal length
=> should not (?) cause memory overflow problem on the printer.
and I've also try the quick-fix ("-K" option for dvips) and also the use
of \leavevmode (as suggested in the User Guide of DVIPS).
Any suggestions are welcome.
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