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After help from @Peter Trifonov I was able to insert the picture of an OLE object into a pdf generated through LaTeX. I had to download http://www.wolf-s.homepage.t-online.de/wmf2eps/WMF2EPS.PPD-for-Win7.zip which is an encapsulated postscript driver for Windows 7. Its README says Unpack this zip archive to any temporary directory Open ...

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To build on David Carlisle's comment, there's a judgement call to make for plots with PNG (raster) vs PDF (vector). If you have a scatter plot with thousands of data points for example, there comes a point where vector graphics can make the resulting PDF document (alone or compiled into a LaTeX-produced document) large, slow and unresponsive. In such cases I ...

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I'm using Gummi 0.6.3. I deleted \usepackage[dvips]{graphicx} from your code and inserted \usepackage{epsfig} instead: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{epsfig} \begin{document} \begin{figure} \includegraphics[width=1\hsize]{./fig.eps} \caption{sds} \label{fig1} \end{figure} % Also you can use \epsfig command instead of \includegraphics \begin{figure} ...

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