[Mac OS X TeX] Re: "Help" Needed Inserting A Graphic File in Textures

George Gratzer gratzer at cc.UManitoba.CA
Thu May 10 20:32:32 EDT 2001

<x-flowed iso-8859-1>At 8:00 PM -0400 5/10/01, TeX on Mac OS X Mailing List wrote:
>Subject: "Help" Needed Inserting A Graphic File in Textures
>From: "Zachary Davis" <zsd3711 at gamma2.uta.edu>
>Date: Thu, 10 May 2001 18:29:28 -0500
>Thursday, 10 May 2001
>I'm sorry this is really off-topic, but can anyone who uses Textures
>explain how to include a .tiff image into a LaTeX document?  I know
>there is an \ includegraphics{} command, which I'm not too familiar
>with.  Is there something like drag and drop capabilities?  If I am
>limited to using the \includegraphics{} command, how do I position the
>graphic file, and how do I let Textures know where to look for the
>file?  I've tried looking at my LaTeX book, but it just seems difficult
>to tell where on the page the file should go with out some sort of grid
>overlaying the page...Please excuse my ignorance.
>Zachary S. Davis
>Department of Aerospace Engineering
>University of Texas at Arlington
>P.O. Box 19032
>Arlington, TX 76019
>Home:	(817) 272-6418			zsd3711 at gamma2.uta.edu
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>          “Throughout the centuries there were men who took
>           first steps down new roads armed with nothing
>           but their own vision.”
>                                  -Ayn Rand

Use the \includegraphics command and have the hrapjics file in eps
format. That is all.

For more detail, see my chapter on graphics in my Math into LaTeX.

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