I am using TeXShell and MiKTeX to compile with. Once I have written my code, I compile and preview and at first there was some problems with floats and stuff, but now, everything is perfect and exactly where it should be.
However, when I then do
And click on the "pdflatex" button to put it into a PDF, all my pictures and graphs go all over the place and aren't like they are in the preview bit. Why is this? It didn't happen before? I double checked with my preview by compiling and previewing it again and again, my pictures and stuff were perfect, but when doing a PDF, it was all messed up.
My pictures are all in both .eps and .jpg format. These are my margins that I have set at the beginning of the documents:
\flushbottom \parindent 0.25in \oddsidemargin -0.25in \evensidemargin -0.25in \topmargin=-.5in \headheight=0.1in \headsep= 0.2in \footskip=0.3in %\footheight=0.3in \textheight = 9.5in \textwidth 6.5in
Could this have anything to do with it? Because the text is fine until I get further down and get to my graphs. I was thinking about making them smaller, but they work fine on my preview so I assumed they would be fine on my PDF.