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Getting LATEX and LATEX2HTML and DVIPDFM to Work Together

Charles Clayton

Draft Version 1.
©Charles Clayton 2000.

Abstract:

This document gives some basic tips on how to use a single LATEX source to produce well-formatted and reasonably functional documents in both PDF (Adobe Acrobat) and HTML format. The documents can include images from a single source of graphics files. The methods given are practical and use simple techniques: they are therefore probably not optimal. The document may also be of use to anyone trying to get started with using external graphics in LATEX.

Please use the information in this document at your own risk!

Contents

1 Objectives and Assumptions
2 Outline of Strategy
3 Practical Problems
4 Document Preamble
5 Linking to an External URL
6 Linking Within the Document
7 Options for the Adobe / PDF Document
8 Basic Graphics
9 Graphics With Frills
A. EPS Graphics
B. Command Lines
C. Miscellaneous Tips
Bibliography

 

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