In Windows 7 and older versions I did this to generate EPS:
- I installed a driver for a postcript printer (from HP for example).
- Set "file" as printer port, so that output was directed to a file instead of to an actual printer.
- Accessed the driver's postscript properties and set it to produce EPS files.
- After the file was printed, I needed to "convert to EPS" and set bounding box with the GSView program.
After step 4, the EPS file could be succesfully inserted as a figure in a LaTeX document. I used for example Word to draw the figure, generate the EPS file, and it could be succesfully inserted with
My problem is that in Windows 10 I can't do step 3. I have tried many drivers and none of them seems to offer postscript properties. They do produce files, but when I insert them in a LaTeX document the figure doesn't show correctly, or GSView gives errors when displaying the document. I think the reason is that the file is not a valid EPS file.
So, my questions are:
- Is there a postscript driver that will allow me to access postscript properties in Windows 10?
- Failing that, how can I print to EPS files in Windows 10?