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<H1>Multilayer PDF XFig figures using LaTeX for typesetting</H1>

<p>Beamer presentations are going to become more and more common. I
think the most compatible format is a PDF document for a presentation.
This helps if you have to use a different computer for the presentation
e.g. if your notebook doesn't work anymore or if it doesn't want to
work with the beamer environment. You might decide to use PDF-LaTeX for
typesetting your slides and your figures e.g. to use the <A
HREF="http://latex-beamer.sourceforge.net">powerfull beamer
package</A>. In that case you will need to produce overlay techniques
to get dynamic into your figures e.g. to lead the focus on parts of the
figure. <A HREF="fig2mpdf.html">The here presented fig2mpdf
tool</A> can do that for XFig figures. Furthermore I present a <a
href="fig2dev-pdftex_p.html">solution for the overlaid text
problem</a> which occures if you use the default tools for LaTeX
figures.
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  <tr><td colspan="2"><b>Contents</b></td></tr>
  <tr><td><a href="fig2mpdf.html">fig2mpdf</a></td><td>The tool for
generating overlayable figure document using one xfig document as source.</td></tr>
  <tr><td><a href="fig2dev-pdftex_p.html">fig2dev</a></td><td>The
fig2dev drivers for handling the overlaid LaTeX text problem.</td></tr>
  <tr><td colspan="2"><b>Project homepage</b></td></tr>
  <tr><td><a href="http://p3f.gmxhome.de/Projects.html">P3F Projects</a>&nbsp;</td><td>My projects homepage where
you can find these tools in the xfig section</td></tr>
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