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accepted How to use LaTeX tables with MS Word/PowerPoint
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comment How to use LaTeX tables with MS Word/PowerPoint
Thanks, all. Good points about the resolution/size problems with the pdf solution. I'm sure that leads to unpredictable results. I learned that if you save tables to .rtf (Stata can) or .xlsx, then you end up with a good-enough solution. You can link to the file (link in question) and when you reopen the PowerPoint/Word file the links update, which is good-enough if you can't avoid PowerPoint/Word.
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comment How to use LaTeX tables with MS Word/PowerPoint
Thanks. So maybe the best solution in this case is to generate one exactly cropped pdf per table? I'll have to see if I can do that programmatically. In any case that may be easier than converting some people. :-) thanks.
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asked How to use LaTeX tables with MS Word/PowerPoint
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comment Generate .tex output from .bib file to cut and paste
Ah, OK. I think this is much better. :) They should be OK with this approach. Thanks! I will close as a duplicate.
Mar
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asked Generate .tex output from .bib file to cut and paste
Mar
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comment Converted EPS not found with TeX Live 2012 and Windows 8
Thanks! This does it, too.
Mar
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comment Converted EPS not found with TeX Live 2012 and Windows 8
Thanks! FWIW, I added the dEPSCrop option so that ps2pdf doesn't embed in the eps file in a full page pdf file. That is, I run ps2pdf -dEPSCrop gz_figure_1.esp.
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accepted Converted EPS not found with TeX Live 2012 and Windows 8
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comment Converted EPS not found with TeX Live 2012 and Windows 8
@DavidCarlisle -- Wow. That does it. The file must be in the same directory with epstopdf? I tried full paths, but I guess it has to be same directory. Thanks!
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comment Can I use natbib in beamer, but omit the bibliography?
Wow. Thanks! I still haven't made the switch to biblatex (and likely won't) so this is handy.
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answered Putting tables in end of paper, then summoning them in text with a command?