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Topic: Viewing/Printing figures generated by MATLAB
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Viewing/Printing figures generated by MATLAB
Posted: Jul 15, 1996 10:24 AM
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I have a problem trying to view or print figures that I have generated
with MATLAB 4.2.1c on a Mac Quadra 630.

It seems that the .ps files that I create with the file_plot command
(appending figures generated in MATLAB to a file) are unreadable by any
programs that are normally used for viewing printing .ps files. I have
tried importing into various applications (MS Word, ClarisDraw) and been
unsuccessful, getting variuous errors indicating the file did not have EPS
format. I have viewed the properties of the file using Norton Utilities
Disk Editor and found that indeed it does have the EPSF file type and
MATLAB as the creator.

Any help would be greatly appreciated,

Nick Bucci
LM-GES
Moorestown, NJ
nbucci@motown.lmco.com





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