DOH!!Quote:> I guess I'm thinking of using raw postscript code or something in the
> EPS file to ensure that it's context hasn't been tampered with.
> Is this possible?
I forgot to mention that if I converted the Illustrator EPS to Photoshop EPS,
it would work the same when you stick the file into PageMaker. They
merely cannot _easily_ edit the file. (Given enough time and patience,
anybody can recreate anything on the computer... just look at the Nat
Enquirer... and their pictures of things like Ross Perot chummy with an
_If_ you have your ad in PageMaker... then it's probably all separate elements.
I've not got the current version of PM... only have 3.01 (and don't
actually have it installed). So, while that presents a problem.. I
presume you have all the separate elements as data files and can provide a
printed copy of the desired article.
If that's the case, you'd send me all your datafiles... that go into the ad.
I'll rearrange them in Illustrator and Photoshop... and create a single
graphic element that you can shove into a PageMaker file... though the
newspaper could just as easily do that.
Again, if you're interested... let me know.
Illya Kuryakin "HA!!"
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Can someone recommend a good program or utility to convert Mac EPS files to
IBM EPS files. (Particularly involving Illustrator files.)
MacLinkPlus has difficulities in that it makes files that are large and poor
quality. Is there another good conversion program out there?
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