[OS X TeX] rtf2rtf2latex2e

Adam Maxwell amaxwell at wsu.edu
Sun May 2 20:02:05 EDT 2004

On 2 May, 2004, at 18:31, Alain Schremmer wrote:

> Can pdf figures be inserted in TeXshop?
> Since pdf is native to OS X and TeXshop typsets in pdf, (and 
> Intaglio's drawings in pdf are much nicer than Canvas7's in pict), it 
> would seem that it should.

Yes, you certainly can insert pdf figures (assuming you use pdflatex 
for typesetting).  I use this, but see 
<http://www.tex.ac.uk/cgi-bin/texfaq2html> for more details:

\caption{The caption}

For photos, pdflatex accepts PNG or JPEG directly.  If you have vector 
PICT files, pict2pdf can be used to convert them to PDF, preserving the 
vector information.  <http://pict2pdf.sourceforge.net/> is the home 
page for pict2pdf.


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