[Ifeffit] An Ifeffit question.

Bruce Ravel bravel at anl.gov
Mon May 21 09:23:38 CDT 2007

On Friday 18 May 2007, Richard Mayes wrote:
> There's another way to get better looking plots out of Athena and Artemis
> (for those of us who can't completely give up microsoft just yet),
> although it's probably a little more time intensive than the options Bruce
> mentioned...in the pgplot menu, save the image as a metafile, then import
> the metafile into Powerpoint and convert it into a drawing object with the
> drawing toolbar (click on the image, then click "ungroup").  That gives
> you the options of broadening the lines, changing the colors, enlarging
> the numbers, etc.  The drawing object can then be saved as a jpeg and
> imported into various other programs.


See, that's why the mailing list is so valuable.  Since I use MS
products infrequently (and usually under duress) I never knew what
those metafile thingies were for.

I took the liberty of adding your hint to question 9 at


which I wrote last Friday based on my response to the original
question.  Thanks.


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