[OS X TeX] Include a certain PDF Page as Picture or all at once
maarten.sneep at xs4all.nl
Sat Apr 17 08:24:08 EDT 2004
On 16 apr 2004, at 21:24, Herb Schulz wrote:
> On 4/16/04 2:09 PM, "Franz Sommer" <franz.sommer at gmx.de> wrote:
>> Is there an option to select a certain page out of pdf-page stack
>> and/or is
>> there opiton to include the entire stack. So far I've played arround
>> Thanks for a tip.
> There are tools to separate out the individual pages but you will
> still not
> have the right bounding box. You might try to open the Kopie.pdf file
> TeXShop, use the selection tool to select each figure and export that
> think drag and drop works - make sure you have the preferences set to
> to the desktop. You can then include each figure separately in the
along with the pdfpages package (which will allow you to select one
page at a time), you can use a slight detour through ghostscript to
separate the pages into includable graphics with the right bounding
box. This requires that the pages only contain what you want (no page
1) translate the pages into eps with the right bounding box:
gs -dNOPAUSE -dBATCH -sDEVICE=epswrite -sOutputFile=Kopie-%d.eps
(Adding the option -dNOCACHE will use outlines instead of the fonts
themselves, I verified with Elsevier that the resulting eps is fit for
use in articles. Very useful for submitting figures created in
metapost: translate into pdf with mptopdf and translate back to eps
with gs. But I digress).
2) translate back into pdf:
apply epstopdf *.eps
You now have Kopie-1.pdf which contains page 1 of Kopie.pdf with the
tightest bounding box.
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