What are EPS files best for when it comes to design?

EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) is often preferred for various RIP (Raster Image Processor) programs and for sharing with others. It supports vector and raster images, as well as text, in the same file. It often grows in file size, especially if it includes a bitmap transparency.

—A&E Corel Columnist

Learn more about saving and exporting in CorelDRAW in the September ’19 issue of A&E.

Doug Zender

Doug Zender

Doug Zender has used CorelDRAW extensively since version 4. His goal is to minimize the intimidation of the program and give users the sense that CorelDRAW is a friend, not an adversary. Doug began as a design artist, then moved into the sign industry in 1992 doing vinyl graphics. You can contact him at [email protected]

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