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The graphics bundle

Release 2022-11-01


This bundle consists of packages supporting basic color, graphics and text manipulation operations in . The packages provided here are

  • color: Core color support
  • graphics: The original graphics inclusion interface
  • graphicx: Extended interface for graphics inclusion
  • lscape: Production of landscape pages
  • keyval: Core key-value support for
  • rotating: Support for rotating material
  • trig: Support for fast trigonometric calculations in

plus the legacy stub epsfig (now subsumed into graphics).


We no longer distribute installation instructions for the various implementations. All modern systems include graphics as-standard, and end users should in general use the release versions supplied in this way.

Release distribution is carried out only through the CTAN archives.

Reporting Bugs

If you wish to report a problem or bug in the graphics bundle please use the Issue Tracker for on GitHub and follow the guidelines that pop up if you press the "New issue" button.

In particular, to check that you are really seeing a bug, please write a short, self-contained document that shows the problem. This should include the latexbug package, which will warn if your test file is not suitable for one or the other reason. See the CONTRIBUTING guide for further details, or if you need to obtain the latexbug package.

If the bug turns out to be with third-party software then please contact the developer, and not us!


The contents of this bundle are distributed under the Project Public License, version 1.3c or later.


Copyright is maintained on each of these packages by the author(s) of the package.

Copyright (C) 1993-2022 The LaTeX Project

Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (2.9M).

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.

Version1.4e 2022-03-10
LicensesThe Project Public License 1.3c
Copyright1994 David Carlisle, Sebastian Rahtz
1995–2022 David Carlisle, 3 Project
MaintainerDavid Carlisle
The Project Team
Contained inTeX Live as graphics
MiKTeX as graphics
TopicsGraphics include
See alsographicx
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