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It makes no sense to view the dvi output. It cannot show rotations and also sometimes not the correct image size. Use always the pdf output which should be upside down and cropped. latex <file> dvips -o <file>.ps <file> ps2pdf -dAutoRotatePages=/None <file>.ps However, the easiest way is to run xelatex, it does the conversion ...

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It's possible that you are trying include .eps files and run with pdflatex. This is impossible because pdflatex doesn't support inclusion of .eps files. You have at least two options to solve this problem: Follow the "compilation path" latex -> dvips -> ps2pdf (or if your document has Bibliography and/or Table of Contents latex -> bibtex (or biber if you ...

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Actually this is not caused by the graphics; the problem is the line break in the argument to \closeline. Simply using \newline in place of \\ resolves the issue. \documentclass{newlfm} \begin{document} \closeline{Sincerely yours, \newline 123 } % but not \\ in place of \newline \begin{newlfm} ABC \end{newlfm} \end{document}

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I had a very similar issue using CorelDraw 7. I found that when I changed texnic center to convert in the following order the problem went away Latex -> PS -> PDF instead of Latex -> DVI -> PDF.

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I think that the best method to convert PDFs to eps files is to use a conventional PDF reader (Acrobat or Okular) to print the PDF to a file with the extension eps. More specifically, I used the usual option "print to file" available in the print dialog window and changed the extension of the destination file to eps. I tried it and it works very well and ...

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This is likely an issue with the bounding box of the EPS figure when it is being processed by dvi2pdf. Torbjørn's suggestion is good, but if you'd rather stick with EPS files, try Latex->dvi2ps->ps2pdf, this tends to work better.

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