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Re: Typesetting

Karl, Thank you for sharing this interesting story. I really appreciate your long commitment to EXP. I have one further comment I would like to make on the
Simon Smith
Jan 6
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1642

Re: Typesetting

Thanks, Simon. I will try the enhanced window metafile as you suggested. I thought I have tried all formats, but now I am not positive the EMF was included in
Eugene
Jan 5
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1641

Re: Typesetting

Thanks Simon (and others) for your response to my query. Since I've written over 60 math textbooks using EXP, I've learned to efficiently create a manuscript
smithkjs
Jan 5
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1640

Re: Typesetting

Eugene, I strongly recommend you use the newer EMF format over the older WMF format. It is much better at retaining accuracy. Simon From:
Simon Smith
Jan 5
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1639

Re: Typesetting

Eugene, I have no problem with graphics and even EXP symbols in EXP. The symbols transfer to LaTeX fine with the use of the sty files that come with EXP. I
wadavis2002
Jan 4
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1638

Re: Typesetting

Hi Bill, I can suggest a useful method when producing and importing graphics. I use Corel Draw combined with MathType (for embedding math symbols) and when I
Eugene
Jan 4
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1637

Re: Typesetting

Simon, Last I talk to one of the guys who does some publishing, he indicated several of the publishers are moving away from LaTeX. Apparently they have been
wadavis2002
Jan 4
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1636

Re: Typesetting

Dear EXP Users, I am late coming to this discussion because I was out of town for New Year's Eve. Happy New Year to everyone! I'd like to share with you my
Simon Smith
Jan 4
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1635

Re: Typesetting

Karl, I tried a bit with InDesign by printing to PDF and then saving as XML (I need to try on this machine, but don't expect any difference). When I tried to
wadavis2002
Dec 31, 2014
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1634

Re: Typesetting

Thanks Bill, Some of my books have been done by using each of the methods you mention, although as you know, the translation is labor intensive because of the
Karl Smith
Dec 31, 2014
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1633

Re: Typesetting

Have you tried printing to PDF and then going from PDF to InDesign. I would guess that the equations will not transfer well, but it might be worth the try. I
wadavis2002
Dec 30, 2014
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1632

Re: Typesetting

As far as my experience with papers (I published over 100 of them plus four books all written in EXP), none of them has ever been dared to be submitted in the
Eugene
Dec 30, 2014
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1631

Typesetting

Does anyone have any information about typesetting from EXP to InDesign?   In recent years, I'm getting more and more push back from publishers not being
Karl Smith
Dec 30, 2014
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1630

Re: EXP 6.0

Yes, EXP 6.0 is the current version. Simon Smith From: expswp@yahoogroups.com [mailto:expswp@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Saturday, November 22, 2014 7:25 AM To:
Simon Smith
Nov 22, 2014
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1629

Re: Thanks!

Simon, I understand that solution, but at conferences and in many presentation situations, loading the fonts either directly or by installing the viewer is not
wadavis2002
Nov 22, 2014
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