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I'm trying to export some graphs from Excel by printing them as *.prn files. I can't find an option for *.eps in Excel.

But the question is... Is there any way to include *.prn images/plots in LateX?

Paul

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If you use latex (as opposed to pdflatex), you can only include EPS files.

If you use pdflatex, lualatex or xelatex, the image formats supported are

PNG, JPEG, PDF, EPS

the last one via (automatic) conversion to PDF when pdflatex or lualatex are used. Actually xelatex supports also some other formats via the QuickTime library on Mac OS X (and possibly on other platforms).

There is no single PRN format, as explained at this question in SuperUser.SE.

There are Windows utilities that allow printing to PDF files and you should use one of these.

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