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 .pdf to .eps but quality was severely reduced.

Is there any way or software to take this file and save it as .eps?

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 don’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.

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  1. On the File menu, click Print.
  2. Under Printer, select Generic Color PS for Commercial Printing.
  3. Select Print to file.
  4. Click Properties, and then click Advanced.
  5. Under printer name Advanced Document Settings, expand Document Options, and then expand PostScript Options.
  6. 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.
  7. 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 “2” in the From box, and then type “2” in the To box.
  8. Click Advanced Print Settings.
  9. For Output, select Composite CMYK, and then click OK.
  10. In the Print dialog box, click OK to print.
  11. 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. Click Save.
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