Hi, I prefer typing up equations and explanations on a word processor, in this case, it's Google Doc. There is an add-on that I use very often called Auto-LaTeX Equations that allows me to type equations using LaTeX code, and then using that extension to convert the typed-up equations into images of equations.
In the Google Doc linked below, you can see that all pages in that document contains the images of the equations that I typed along with a hyperlink to that image. Whereas in the attached PDF, only the first ten pages of the PDF file contains images of the equations, and the rest of the pages contain substantial blank spaces with only the hyperlink to the image if you click on the blank space. I need the images to show up in the PDF in order for my professor and the grader to grade my assignment fairly. I've scoured the web reading everything I could in a couple of forums (Google's and Adobe's) to try to fix this problem. Some solutions I've tried that gave me unsuccessful results are checking if my PDF "Shows large images," de-rendering equations and adjusting the Auto-LaTeX setting to make the images be "in-line" with the rest of the document and then re-rendering the equations, disabling my browser extensions and reconverting the Google Doc into a PDF, using a different browsers to convert the document into a PDF, and I've even tried using my phone. I don't know what else to do to fix this.
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Have you tried the conversion with Adobe Acrobat?
I've tried importing the Google Doc into Adobe Acrobat on my phone, and it was unsuccessful. If that isn't what you mean, the can you tell me how to do the conversation with Adobe Acrobat?
I mean the conversion of the Word document with Adobe Acrobat on Windows or Mac.
Yeah, I've tried converting the word document with Acrobat on Windows, and that was unsuccessful, too.
So.. the Word document. Opened in Word, does it show the graphics?
If the PDF is made by Google's software, only Google's forums will be useful to you. No amount of Adobe software will fix a PDF where some other app left out the pictures.
It might even be that this add on wasn't designed to work with PDF.