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It's actually very easy to include graphics in your document, as long as you use the graphics package as discussed above. This package makes available the \includegraphics command, which takes the name of a graphics file as a parameter. For example: \includegraphics{logo.eps} Graphics files can be in EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) format, and other formats such as GIF or JPEG might also work. EPS is especially good for diagrams. Many graphics and drawing programs can export images as EPS. If you want to center an image on the page, put it into a center environment. Here, for example, is the LATEX lion, scanned from Leslie Lamport's original LATEX User's Guide and Reference Manual:


David Eck 2003-10-21