#4 problem with epsfig or includegraphics

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2001-10-31
2001-10-31
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I am using prosper for creating slides for examination
paper answers. Answers in question are written in
LaTeX and printed without problems. The material has
been divided in blocks suitable to be transferred on
slides. There is no problem to create text slides but
there are figures, both in .eps and in .pdf form, that
do not translate. Text in question follows:

\begin{slide}{Fotonisäteilyn vaimeneminen \\ ja elektronienergian kasvu}

\begin{list}{}{}

\item[e. ]
%\includegraphics[0mm,0mm][90mm,100mm]{kuva2071.eps}%
%\includegraphics[0mm,0mm][90mm,100mm]{kuva2072.eps}
\epsfig{file=kuva2071.eps,height=8cm}
\epsfig{file=kuva2072.eps,height=8cm}
\end{list}

\end{slide}

The preamble is as follows:

\documentclass[a4paper,ps,slideBW,nocolorBG,rico,dvips]
{prosper}
\usepackage[finnish]{babel}
\usepackage[latin9]{inputenc}
\usepackage{amsmath,epsfig}

The .dvi file cannot be shown; instead an error message

PostScript problem
GhostScript error

is displayed.

I repeat, that a similar error message is not
displayed when the conventional text slides a created;
only on this one does not play.

Olli J. Marttila
laboratory manager emeritus
Espoo, Finland
olli.marttila@kolumbus.fi

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