Re: [R] Graphics on MacOSX

From: Martin Henry H. Stevens <HStevens_at_MUOhio.edu>
Date: Fri 05 Aug 2005 - 00:13:54 EST

This is a big issue for me, causing many days of angst. I finally stumbled on the following solution. I create a device save an image with postscript(). I then open it in Adobe Acrobat, select the area I want, enlarge to at least 400%, then copy, then paste into PowerPoint or Word. Alternatively, you can simply save a graphics image through the gui and it saves it as pdf. Then go through the steps of selecting, enlarging and copying in Acrobat. I am guessing real graphics programs would work as well (Photoshop or Illustrator), but I don't have those.

Hank Stevens

On Aug 4, 2005, at 8:03 AM, Weismann_D wrote:

> Ist there a possibility on MacOSX to import Graphics into MSOffice
> Applications and resize them there without decreased quality? When I
> import
> via copy&paste I get low quality bitmaps and via import pictures (pdf)
> it is
> all the same. In the Windows versions of R there is the convienient
> way to
> use metafile format which can easily be resized in ppt and word. What
> is the
> equivalent way on MacOSX?
> Thanks, Dirk.
>
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