## [MiKTeX] \includegraphics

 [MiKTeX] \includegraphics From: Herman Z. Bennett - 2004-07-29 22:02:21 Hi: I am trying to add a pdf figure. I have use this 2 pieces, but both fail. The caption and the space of the graph is there, but the space where the figure should have been is empty. \vspace{-3.7in} \hspace{.5in} \begin{figure}[!h] \centering \includegraphics[-50,0][410,410]{fig.pdf} \caption{OLS REgression Figures} \end{figure} \begin{figure} \begin{picture}(300,220)(0,0) \put(0,0){\resizebox{20 cm}{!}{\includegraphics{fig.pdf}}} \end{picture} \caption{OLS REgression Figures} \label{pdf} \end{figure} I have try these two option with multipli combinations of: \usepackage[dvipdfm]{graphicx} \usepackage{graphics} \usepackage{graphicx} but the same thing. Even more, I loaded an old *.tex where I used to have a pdf figure inserted. I run it again, and the sapce was empty (yes, I have the *.pdf file in the corresponding folder). For reference my Miktex version is 2.4.1661. I also tryied to print the figure in ps, the do ps->eps in GV and the distiller for pdf. Same thing. Thanks for any help on what could be going wrong or which is the standard way of adding a pdf figure. Herman 

 [MiKTeX] \includegraphics From: Herman Z. Bennett - 2004-07-29 22:02:21 Hi: I am trying to add a pdf figure. I have use this 2 pieces, but both fail. The caption and the space of the graph is there, but the space where the figure should have been is empty. \vspace{-3.7in} \hspace{.5in} \begin{figure}[!h] \centering \includegraphics[-50,0][410,410]{fig.pdf} \caption{OLS REgression Figures} \end{figure} \begin{figure} \begin{picture}(300,220)(0,0) \put(0,0){\resizebox{20 cm}{!}{\includegraphics{fig.pdf}}} \end{picture} \caption{OLS REgression Figures} \label{pdf} \end{figure} I have try these two option with multipli combinations of: \usepackage[dvipdfm]{graphicx} \usepackage{graphics} \usepackage{graphicx} but the same thing. Even more, I loaded an old *.tex where I used to have a pdf figure inserted. I run it again, and the sapce was empty (yes, I have the *.pdf file in the corresponding folder). For reference my Miktex version is 2.4.1661. I also tryied to print the figure in ps, the do ps->eps in GV and the distiller for pdf. Same thing. Thanks for any help on what could be going wrong or which is the standard way of adding a pdf figure. Herman 
 Re: [MiKTeX] \includegraphics From: Luis A. Payan R. - 2004-07-29 23:03:09 Hi, PDF figures only can be seen when the final document is converted into pdf format, in dvi format the pdf figures does not appear. Are you compiling with LaTeX or pdfLaTeX?. If you are compiling with LaTeX I recommend to you to read the dvipdfm documentation. There, it is explained how to include pdf figures into LaTeX documents. Download from: http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/dviware/dvipdfm/dvipdfm.pdf Herman Z. Bennett wrote: >Hi: I am trying to add a pdf figure. I have use this 2 pieces, but both fail. >The caption and the space of the graph is there, but the space where the figure >should have been is empty. > >\vspace{-3.7in} \hspace{.5in} >\begin{figure}[!h] \centering >\includegraphics[-50,0][410,410]{fig.pdf} >\caption{OLS REgression Figures} >\end{figure} > > >\begin{figure} >\begin{picture}(300,220)(0,0) >\put(0,0){\resizebox{20 cm}{!}{\includegraphics{fig.pdf}}} >\end{picture} >\caption{OLS REgression Figures} \label{pdf} >\end{figure} > >I have try these two option with multipli combinations of: > >\usepackage[dvipdfm]{graphicx} >\usepackage{graphics} >\usepackage{graphicx} > >but the same thing. > >Even more, I loaded an old *.tex where I used to have a pdf figure inserted. I >run it again, and the sapce was empty (yes, I have the *.pdf file in the >corresponding folder). For reference my Miktex version is 2.4.1661. > >I also tryied to print the figure in ps, the do ps->eps in GV and the distiller >for pdf. Same thing. > >Thanks for any help on what could be going wrong or which is the standard way of >adding a pdf figure. > >Herman > > > > > >------------------------------------------------------- >This SF.Net email is sponsored by OSTG. Have you noticed the changes on >Linux.com, ITManagersJournal and NewsForge in the past few weeks? Now, >one more big change to announce. We are now OSTG- Open Source Technology >Group. Come see the changes on the new OSTG site. http://www.ostg.com >_______________________________________________ >MiKTeX-Users mailing list >MiKTeX-Users@... >https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/miktex-users > > > > > -- Luis Alfredo Payan Rodriguez ............................ listas@... http://www.alpanet.org