I am using TeXstudio with its default settings. My figure is saved as PDF because I was unable to include *.eps because of the Unknown graphics extension: .eps-error. The figure opens without faults in Adobe Illustrator, however when I use \includegraphics{*.pdf }, the pi symbol on one of the axes of the figure is converted to the unequal symbol.

That looks pathetic!

How do I proceed to be able to include my figure correctly?


% Title Page
\title{Første obligatoriske øvelse MEK1100 vår 2013}
\author{Marius Jonsson}





\caption{Prosjektilbaner for utgangsvinkler $\frac{\pi}{6}$, $\frac{\pi}{4}$ og $\frac{\pi}{3}$}


I cannot find anythign wrong with the file. Perhaps you can? It views fine in my other software. As requested: here is the file "skudd.pdf": http://www.kingoslo.com/temp/skudd.pdf


I agree with JLDiaz - the file skudd.pdf is probably at fault, most probably because a font is not included in the file, or the font encoding is broken or not included. If it views OK in a pdf previewer, try printing-to-pdf from that, or use some other method to do a pdf-ps-pdf round-trip. ... and good luck with the first assignment. (Hopefully the exercise wasn't solely to fix a broken pdf inclusion.)

  • Font isn't embedded when exporting from matlab. You are right.M – Mikkel Rev Feb 24 '13 at 13:36

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