Instructions for psfonts Graphics Interface 2006
June 7-9, 2006
Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

If you use Postscript fonts the PDF generated by converting Postscript output from dvips will be resolution independent and antialiased upon display. Of course you need Postscript fonts for all your fonts, including the math fonts. We refer you to the LaTeX Companion and the TeX User's Group's web site for information on how to set up Postscript fonts. This may be as simple as invoking the times and mathtimes packages if your system is set up correctly (and you have the mathtimes fonts).

PDF files generated this way will still not have a table of contents or be able to use any online PDF features, like hyperlinked crossreferences. These features are not important to printing, of course, but are convenient for online use.