From: Peter Freddolino (
Date: Sun Jan 11 2009 - 14:05:18 CST

Why render a .ps? Using a real renderer (like tachyon) to give a raster
image generally gives better results, and you can then use imagemagick
( to convert the
resulting .tga files to whatever format Office wants.

Irene Newhouse wrote:
> I've got a PC running Vista, & am having fits with rendering. If I write
> a .ps file,
> the resolution is awful, and you can see the little polygons that make
> up new
> cartoon, and lines & licorice look jagged.
> If I write a .bmp file, the only piece of software I have that can open
> the file is the Microsoft Picture Manager, but it has no capacity to
> save as a
> different file format. If I try to insert the file into a Microsoft
> Office package -
> Word or even Publisher - it cannot open the file, either as Windows
> bitmap or
> Windows enhanced bitmap.
> Is there a workaround?
> Thanks!
> Irene Newhouse
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