Printing pagemaker document that contains equation
I have done one physics book work containing equations in Page Maker 6.5. I have used mathtype 5.2 for creating the equations and used cut and paste technique to paste it in Pagemaker. When I am trying to create PS file using Linotronic Post Script Printer under Windows XP in some pages one or two equations shift to the centre of the page and overlap on the other text. What should be done to correct this problem
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If you want Copy Hindi in your page-maker - Install Hindi Font to your computer - go to - start - Setting - Control Pannel - Fonts = Open and Paste Hindi Font
- then open your Adobe Pagemaker it will show Hindi Font.
I use Adobe page maker 7.0, I collected some documents from website. All that documents are Arial Unicode MS. I cannot edit the scripts in Page make, I copy the document and paste in the page maker, but all letter convert to other font, so please tell me how can edit the documents in same fonts in page maker.
I agree with DCS13 it's a links problem. Maybe not so much one that is missing but one that is incompatible. PageMaker was a PostScript Level2 application, and as most Adobe (owners of PostScript) apps are Level3 since about 2001/2 most generically made items containing postscript (.eps, .pdf, .psd) will likely have problems printing to a postscript device. I assume you're using this for work purposes as if you were a home user it would be most unlikely you have a PostScript printer - unless you're trying to make a PDF of the file.
There's a couple of solutions, all involve removing the incompatible postscript language of your placed images. IF an image/file was supplied to you and it's the culprit, have the supplier remake the artwork at a Level2 postscript (or if it's a PDF a version 4 compatible PDF - Acrobat v1.3); if it's not supplied and maybe clipart or a web image, take it into Illustrator or Photoshop and save it as a relevent file type - be aware of rasterising type if it contains text and try and keep to a high resolution.
It's been some time since you've posted this, so an update would be good - how did you go?
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