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Old 02-04-2005, 11:45 AM
mark4man mark4man is offline Can't Create/Save/Print EPS Windows 7 64bit Can't Create/Save/Print EPS Office 2010 32bit
Can't Create/Save/Print EPS
Join Date: Feb 2005
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Default Can't Create/Save/Print EPS


I have a 4 page brochure I created in 1999 when I first came on with my present company, that turned out to be useful when updated to cover a current issue in our now be mailed out to the entire community (10,000 residents.)

The commercial printer of course wants an EPS file.

I attempted the first stage of this EPS saving process, which is to install a PostScript driver, but then only got as far as Print Setup Properties in the second phase.

Since we don't have any such type printers at my company, I had followed the directions for installing a generic EPS version (Apple.) That went fine...but when I then go to select the EPS Printer in the beginning of the save as EPS process, the directions tell me to select the Post Script Tab in the Print Setup Properties dialog.

I don't have a PostScript Tab in my Print Setup Properties dialog.

What went wrong?



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Old 11-08-2005, 07:45 AM
Ed Bennett
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Default Re: Can't Create/Save/Print EPS

Try Print Setup > Properties > Advanced... and look for PostScript
information there.

Ed Bennett - MVP Microsoft Publisher
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Old 11-08-2005, 08:47 AM
Mary Sauer
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Default Re: Can't Create/Save/Print EPS

Install the Generic Color PS for Commercial Printing printer driver

Mary Sauer MSFT MVP
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