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I believe you are looking for the package "overpic" in LaTeX.

Simply save your graph in image format. Include it as an "overpic" image in LaTex, then you can add anything you like over it, equations, numbers, other images, etc.

Thanks for the time.. I need this info..

]]>I believe you are looking for the package "overpic" in LaTeX.

Simply save your graph in image format. Include it as an "overpic" image in LaTex, then you can add anything you like over it, equations, numbers, other images, etc.

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Thank you for your reply. I know that one can use the images made with Graph in Latex, but my suggestion is, to use Latex commands to write texts in Graph and to Let LaTeX compile this texts. This way Graph would be able to produce more complicated Math texts in the images, with better outlook or view. This option is available in many other printing math programs. I hope you understand what I mean. Thank you again.]]>