There are several solutions to this problem, some simpler than others.
- If you use "dvips" to convert your DVI file to PostScript, inclusion of the "times.sty" file in your LaTeX document will facilitate this substitution:
- Older versions of LaTeX would use this syntax:
- newer versions of LaTeX would use this syntax:
- Type 1 PostScript versions of the Computer Modern Roman typefaces (such as "BaKoMa") are available online through one of the CTAN archives. Installation of these typefaces, and integration of them into the existing TeX environment, is best left to the person who installed or maintains your TeX environment.
- Several online resources may help you (or the TeXpert at your site) with the correct configuration of the tools available to you to make the task of generating usable PostScript documents:
- "Creating Acrobat PDF using DVIPS" by Kendall Whitehouse.
- "Acrobat PDF Files from TeX" by Y&Y, Inc.
Additionally, Dan Kartch's "siggraph" LaTeX2e class and the "acmconf" LaTeX 2.09 style are available for your use, and are available to download at http://www.siggraph.org/publications/prep/.