Inserting Praat pictures in MS Word: looking for guidance.
Daniel Hirst <daniel.hirst@...>
In reply to Sanjoy Bandopadhyay's message the procedure is quite simple.
After creating a picture use the File menu of the Picture Window to
write the picture to an EPS file somewhere. Switch to MS Word and choose
the menu Insert/Picture (or is it image? I have the French version of
word which says "image") and open the EPS file right in your Word file.
Paul Boersma <paul.boersma@...>
I am just a few hours old PRAAT user. How can I possibly use the PraatDaniel Hirst's answer (reading an EPS file into Word with "Insert Picture")
is sufficient if you have a PostScript printer.
If you don't have a PostScript printer, you must print the whole Word document
(if it contains EPS pictures)
to a PostScript file (choose "Print to file" in Word's printing dialog),
after which you can send this PostScript file to your non-PostScript printer
with the help of the freely available program GhostView.
This strategy works for all programs that produce EPS files, not just Praat.
EPS (= Encapsulated PostScript) is the only reasonable way to make
some sorts of complicated graphics (spectrograms, rotated text)
appear beautifully on your printer.
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I am just a few hours old PRAAT user. How can I possibly use the Praat
pictures (the graphical analyses) in MS Word documents?
Best wishes:: Sanjoy Bandopadhyay
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