# Graphic found, empty box with file path and name created in .pdf file

I admit to being relatively new to actually using native latex but am running into a frustrating problem using it through sharelatex.com.

I have a file in the folder \images called difwin.png. This folder is in the project for the latex code accessing it. When viewing the file itself the graphic is there and appears correct.

My preamble has the following (which is from the template for a journal):

% pdflatex  \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{graphicx,psfrag,epsf} \usepackage{enumerate} \usepackage{natbib}  \usepackage{url} % not crucial - just used below for the URL   \graphicspath{ {images/}  } 


(this was also done without % pdflatex with the same result)./

The call to the graphic has been tried with varying levels of control but is currently (with leading and heading text included for completeness):

The individual statistics graphs would be nearly identical to these.   \includegraphics{difwin}    The relatively low correlations for some of these predictive analyses should not be misinterpreted. 


The output is a pdf file that contains a rectangle of roughly the correct size with nothing in it other than the text "images/difwin.png". My understanding is that this means it has found the file (not a square box and no compile error or log message) but it won't display it.

I am guessing some very simple novice user error here but can't find it for the life of me.

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Category: graphics Time: 2016-07-29 Views: 1
Tags: graphics