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Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: EPS images in ODF documents


Le 2011-01-30 07:10, Magnus Johansson a écrit :
Salut Jean-Baptiste, and thank you for your response. How do I insert a high
resolution preview in my EPS images? I do not know how to manipulate the EPS
files themselves, I just insert the result I get from the other program into
OOo and the ODT document.

Magnus,

All eps files are not created equal, so it's hard to find a single software that would open all eps files and do wonders with it.

What eps softwares do you have access to? In the free world, Gimp will do wonders with the few eps files it opens successfully. For a more universal conversion, you could try Illustrator or Photoshop ($$$). All these will convert your file in a tiff or jpeg file at the resolution you want. Do it at 150-300 dpi and you will get great printouts.

I haven't tried LibreOffice on that, but OpenOffice 3.2.x didn't work well, on Windows, with eps files that have patterns or fonts in them.


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