How to make overheads.

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From the book: Natural Language Computing

Figure 8. How to make overheads and presentations from figures and tables in encapsulated PostScript form.

http://www.nyu.edu/pages/linguistics/f0002.html

Prof. Ray C. Dougherty
New York University | Linguistics Department
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Teachers can download a postscript copy of this figure
to make a transparency for classes.

These figures indicate the general idea.

  1. Go to the list of figures in 8.5 by 11 postscript.
  2. Download the zip file containing the figure, for example F0701.zip.
  3. Unzip the file to obtain a postscript file, for example F0701.pos.
  4. Copy the file to a postscript printer, on an IBM PC: copy F0701.pos PRN:
  5. Do not try to print the file: print F0701.pos since this prints junk.

If you put a transparency in the printer, you have an overhead to project in class.


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These figures are used in courses at NYU with a computer connected to the WWW and an overhead projector using an overhead/computer attachment. One need not carry overheads, they are on the WWW for use anytime, anywhere.