FIG2PS2TEX(1)                                                    FIG2PS2TEX(1)


       fig2ps2tex - generate a TeX file for including a PostScript file


       fig2ps2tex file


       Fig2ps2tex  generates  a  TeX file for including a PostScript file in a
       TeX document.  This involves calculating  the  bounding  box  from  the
       Postscript document.  The TeX inclusion file is written to stdout.

       There  is  also  for those systems without csh and/or dc
       (Linux for example).

       Note that  the  psfig  macro  package  provides  a  more  sophisticated
       approach to including Postscript files in LaTeX docuements.  Fig2ps2tex
       works with plain TeX however.


       Assume the Postscript file is called .  The command

                            % fig2ps2tex >foo.tex

       will create the inclusion file with bounding information.  Then include
       this file in your TeX document with the command



       psfig(1), latex(1), fig2dev(1), transfig(1).


       Micah Beck
       Cornell University

       Man page by George Ferguson,


       Copyright 1994 Micah Beck

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                                  14 Mar 1991                    FIG2PS2TEX(1)

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