Saving an image created in MS Word as .eps
I have created an image in MS Word using the
Shapes tools, so on my hands is a
.docx (or at best
.pdf) file. Now I have to have an
.eps file from the contents. I tried converting the
.eps but quality was severely reduced.
Is there any way or software to take this file and save it as
12/9/2015 12:12:00 PM
To save an Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) file from a page in your publication, you will need to use a color PostScript printer driver. If you donâ€™t have a color PostScript printer, you can set up the Generic Color PS for Commercial Printing printer driver.
Set up the Generic Color PS for Commercial Printing color printer driver.
- On the File menu, click Print.
- Under Printer, select Generic Color PS for Commercial Printing.
- Select Print to file.
- Click Properties, and then click Advanced.
- Under printer name Advanced Document Settings, expand Document Options, and then expand PostScript Options.
- Click next to PostScript Output Option, choose Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) from the drop-down menu, and then click OK twice to return to the Print dialog box.
- Under Print range, type the range for the single page you want to save as an EPS file. For example, to save page 2 as an EPS file, type â€œ2â€ in the From box, and then type â€œ2â€ in the To box.
- Click Advanced Print Settings.
- For Output, select Composite CMYK, and then click OK.
- In the Print dialog box, click OK to print.
- In the Print to file dialog box, select a location to save the EPS file to, and then type a name for your file. Be sure to use the filename extension .eps.
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