An EPS exports objects only, not page info. You can control the size of an
EPS by including a no stroke/no fill rectangle in the size and position of
your FH page edges.
Make sure your two ink colors are in the color list and defined as spot
inks. Remove other colors in the doent.
If you export to EPS, choose the RGB color mode.
My preferred method is to print to a Postscript file targeted to the Adobe
1. In FH, set Print Setup for output to Adobe PDF, and select desired paper
2. In the Print dialog, select Adobe PDF as printer. Select Output/Save As
File/Postscript. I believe this has changed slightly under Tiger OS, but you
should be able to find it.
3. In the FreeHand Print Settings/Advanced/Separations, make sure the Adobe
PDF PPD is being used, check composite, and make sure only your two spot ink
colors are showing in the color separations list.
4. Distill the resulting PS file with Press Quality settings. When opened in
Acrobat Pro, you can use Separations Preview to check that the spot inks are