In Microsoft Expression Design 4 and save it in a EPS file format. RRS feed

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  • You don't. Not directly anyway because there is no EPS export option.

    If there is not a technical issue as to why you need to use an archaic format such as EPS, you can simply export as a PDF.

    With certain PostScript print drivers, you can print to an EPS format.

    Otherwise, you can do one of the following. Copy and paste the design into Adobe Illustrator and save out in the EPS version needed to maintain your design. If you do not have Illustrator but do have Acrobat Pro, load your ED4 created PDF into Acrobat and export out as an EPS.

    Other vector drawing applications also might be of use for the actual saving/exporting out as an EPS file. For instance, Xara Designer Pro can take most all ED4 drawings via the clipboard and you can export out as an EPS from it. Others might also do it.


    Monday, May 20, 2013 2:24 PM