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The LaTeX Colour and Graphics Packages

This is a collection of LaTeX packages for:
 * producing colour
 * including graphics (eg PostScript) files 
 * rotation and scaling of text
in LaTeX documents.



README          This File
changes.txt     Log of changes to the packages.
graphics.ins    Install file for docstrip.

Standard packages
color.dtx       Source for color package
graphics.dtx    Source for graphics package
trig.dtx        Source for trig package (required by graphics)

Non Standard Packages
graphicx.dtx    Source for graphicx package (extension of graphics)
epsfig.dtx      Source for epsfig package (extension of graphicx)
rotating.dtx    Source for rotating package (extension of graphicx)
keyval.dtx      Source for keyval pacakge (required by both the above)
lscape.sty      Produce landscape pages in a (mainly) portrait document.

Driver Files
drivers.dtx     Source for driver files for supported drivers.

User Documentation
grfguide.tex    User Guide to all the packages in this bundle.
                This file calls color and graphics packages
                without a driver option. 
                You *must* set up two files 
                                 color.cfg and graphics.cfg
                containing (for example)
                Before running this file.

rotex.tex       examples of use of rotating package.



latex graphics.ins

This will produce the 

.sty package files

Similarly you can run

latex graphics-drivers.ins

to produce the

.def driver files.

Not all supported drivers are included in this file as they are
maintained elsewhere.



Move files ending in .sty .def  to a standard TeX input directory.

Make a default option for your site by creating two files
     color.cfg and graphics.cfg
containing (if dvips is your default driver)

You may then LaTeX the user guide:
latex grfguide.tex.


Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (2.4M).

graph­ics – Stan­dard graph­ics

The pack­age was de­signed to ac­com­mo­date all needs for in­clu­sion of graph­ics in doc­u­ments, re­plac­ing many ear­lier pack­ages used in 2.09. The pack­age aims to give a con­sis­tent in­ter­face to in­clud­ing the file types that are un­der­stood in your out­put, by use of ‘printer drivers’ (now known, sim­ply, as ‘drivers’). The dis­tri­bu­tion of the pack­age con­tains sev­eral drivers, but oth­ers (for ex­am­ple, pdf) are dis­tributed sep­a­rately. The pack­age also of­fers sev­eral means of ma­nip­u­lat­ing graph­ics in the course of in­sert­ing them into a doc­u­ment (for ex­am­ple, ro­ta­tion and scal­ing).

For ex­tended doc­u­men­ta­tion see ep­s­la­tex.

The pack­age is part of the graph­ics bun­dle, which is one of the col­lec­tions in the ‘re­quired’ set of pack­ages.

Ver­sion1.2c 2017-06-25
Li­censesThe Project Public Li­cense 1.3c
Copy­right1995–2017 David Carlisle, 3 Project
Main­tainerDavid Carlisle
The Team
Con­tained inTeX Live as graph­ics
MiKTeX as graph­ics
TopicsGraph­ics in­clude
See alsographicx
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