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In this paper I show how graphics are manipulated to our (DMJ) style. I give some examples and a step-by-step approach to assessing a figure file, removing its labels, and placing new ones using graphicx and overpic.
This is done to maintain a consistent style. Our labels should be in a compatible font and should match the look of the journal as well as that of the article (size, placement, emphasis, etc.).
Jenny Levine typesets the Duke Mathematical Journal (in LaTeX2e) for Duke University Press. Her knowledge of TeX has occurred mostly by osmosis over the past eight years. She can be reached via email at
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