[OS X TeX] \includegraphics and Annotated PDFs
zaccone at bucknell.edu
Thu Dec 20 09:45:48 EST 2007
Printing to PDF is a good idea! It will save me the trouble of moving
files back and forth between 10.4 and 10.5.
By the way, this idea works for forms too. Preview won't let you fill
out a PDF form and save it. You can fill it out though. Then print to
a PDF file to save it. The only downside is that you can't edit it
On Dec 20, 2007, at 2007-12-20, 8:37 AM, Themis Matsoukas wrote:
> I run a little test (Leopard) and here is what I found:
> 1. Even though the oval annotation shows in Preview and when you
> open the pdf file in TexShop, is doesn't show when you include the
> image in latex (as you say).
> 2. If you Print the annotated file into a pdf ("File>Print...>Save
> as PDF" instead of "File>Save"), the new file will display the oval
> correctly when included in latex.
> I think you're right that this a Leopard feature/bug.
> Themis Matsoukas
> matsoukas at psu.edu
> On Dec 19, 2007, at 7:44 PM, Rick Zaccone wrote:
>> I have a PDF file that I created by taking a screenshot of an
>> application. I opened the PDF in Preview and annotated it with an
>> oval to highlight a button in the screenshot. Then I saved the file.
>> When I use \includegraphics to display this PDF, it displays
>> without the annotation! If I open the file in Preview, it shows
>> the annotation.
>> I tried annotating the file with Skim and got the same results.
>> I am using
>> I've done this before and it worked. Could it be Leopard? I'm
>> using 10.5.1 and TeXShop. Does anyone know why this isn't working?
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