CTAN package update: Using Imported Graphics in LaTeX and pdfLaTeX
A (much needed) update to Keith Reckdahl's "Using Imported Graphics in LaTeX and pdfLaTeX" has been uploaded to CTAN. The new version (Version 3.0) has been updated for pdfLaTeX, and the latest versions of the caption and subfigure package's. The document describes EPS and other graphics formats, graphics software, the commands needed to import graphics, alignment of imported graphics, many topics related to Figure environments (including customizing captions, creating side-by-side figures and subfigures). Emails with bug reports, suggestions, etc should be sent to epslatex at yahoo dot com
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epslatex – Guide to using Encapsulated PostScript in LaTeX
An extensive document which explains how to use imported graphics (eps, pdf, and bitmap) files in LaTeX2ε documents. Deals with version 3.0 of the caption package, and with the subfig package, as well as with most other graphics issues.
A French translation of this document is available – see fepslatex.