I have some .eps files whose background colors are white. I need to include these graphics in my latex file, and my latex file has a background color different from white. I am willing to have these .eps files in my latex document without their white background colors being shown, i.e. I want the white color to be considered as a transparent color. Is this possible without using other graphical software?
To clarify my question a bit more, I'll give you an example. In the picture below, on the right hand side is my original picture (with extension .eps), and on the left hand side is my latex file. I have included the picture in my latex file using \includegraphics command. When I build my latex file, the picture appears like what is marked as A. But what I am looking for is to do something in order for the picture to appear as what is marked as B.