If you have a bad graphics printing, before you copy and paste, do the followings: - select the graphics - go to GRAPH menu and select Convert to Embedded PS Pict - click OK - now you can copy and paste it to anywhere you want but you will need PostScript printer.
On Fri, 4 Oct 1996, Chris Hurschler wrote:
> Hi, > > I'm using Mathematica to generate graphics and copying and pasting them > into MS PowerPoint for editing. The quality of the images that are > pasted is often not good, I get rough lines and artifacts that don't > appear in the original MMatica graphic. Does anyone know of a better > way to export quality graphics? > > Chris > >