[OS X TeX] Fonts in OSX - TeX

Michael Murray mmurray at maths.adelaide.edu.au
Tue Mar 5 08:40:43 EST 2002

>Hi Michael,
>Thanks for your reply, and for clarifying the issue about fonts and teTeX.
>I follow your argument regarding documents where the author hasn't 
>embedded fonts properly. However, I have faced printing problems 
>(rare, admittedly) for some of the documents generated on my own 
>machine! I think this is restricted to cases where I'm trying to 
>print, say, 4 pages to a sheet. (And I think this one happens in 
>Acrobat, but works fine within Previewer.) Is this solvable?
>- Hemant

Hi Hemant,

As it happens Ross Moore solved this one for me a few days back.
Unfortunately I just flushed all my emails so I can't show you
his - you may still have it.

Ross said to use pdfpages (its part of teTeX). If the file
you want to print is called file.pdf then make a new tex file with
the text




\includepdf[pages=-, nup=4]{file.pdf}


If its not in the same directory as file.pdf I guess you need a path
in the include pdf command. Run this through TeXShop - the output will
be 4 to a page.

I had to update the file


but it tells you where to get it from.

Assoc/Prof Michael Murray                                                   
Department of Pure Mathematics       Fax: 61+ 8 8303 
University of Adelaide             Phone: 61+ 8 8303 4174       
Australia  5005      Email: mmurray at maths.adelaide.edu.au             
Home Page: http://www.maths.adelaide.edu.au/pure/mmurray
PGP public key:


To UNSUBSCRIBE, send email to <info at email.esm.psu.edu> with
"unsubscribe macosx-tex" (no quotes) in the body.
For additional HELP, send email to <info at email.esm.psu.edu> with
"help" (no quotes) in the body.
This list is not moderated, and I am not responsible for
messages posted by third parties.

More information about the MacOSX-TeX mailing list