I'm using pdflatex and \epsfig{file=img.pdf}.

I'd like to replace some text in img.pdf. It seems that psfrag can do this with latex, and there is mention of pstools doing this with pdflatex, but it seems like pstools works with EPS not PDF files.

Is there a way to replace some text in my PDF file?

  • Convert the file to eps! – Ian Thompson May 13 '11 at 1:26

There is a Perl script in TeX Live that helps in these cases; it's called fragmaster.

You should stop using obsolete commands such as \epsfig{file=...}, turning to the better interface of graphicx: \includegraphics[<options>]{<file>}.

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