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Hi, I'm beginner freehand user. I want display a linked EPS image into a freehand 10 but only show a symbol (an cross-line rectangle). How can I do to display the imagen rather the symbol. Thanks in advance....

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    Default Displaying EPS raster images into freehand 10

    Hi, I'm beginner freehand user.
    I want display a linked EPS image into a freehand 10 but only show a symbol (an cross-line rectangle). How can I do to display the imagen rather the symbol.

    Thanks in advance.


    cimsa webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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    Default Re: Displaying EPS raster images into freehand 10

    FreeHand does not have a Postscript interpreter. Why are you using EPS
    (Encapsulated PostsScript) file format?

    Save from Photoshop as TIFF, if possible.

    If it's an EPS such as a duotone, you will need to save with a preview for
    your OS. You will only see the preview in FH. You must print to a Postscript
    printer or Postscript interpreter (such as Distiller) for the EPS to be
    properly interpreted upon output.

    Judy Arndt

    cimsa wrote:
    > Hi, I'm beginner freehand user.
    > I want display a linked EPS image into a freehand 10 but only show a symbol
    > (an cross-line rectangle). How can I do to display the imagen rather the
    > symbol.
    >
    > Thanks in advance.
    >
    >
    >
    Judy Arndt Guest

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    Default Re: Displaying EPS raster images into freehand 10

    "\"cimsa\" webforumsuser"macromedia.com wrote:
    >
    > I want display a linked EPS image into a freehand 10 but only show a symbol (an cross-line rectangle). How can I do to display the imagen rather the symbol.
    >
    The 'X-box' indicates that the EPS graphic has no preview, or that it
    has one in a format that's not compatible with your system (for
    example if you're using Windows and the preview is a Macintosh PICT).
    The graphic should still print correctly on any PostScript printer,
    but if you need to see it to work on your layout, or if you need to
    print it on a non-PS printer (and you don't have Acrobat Distiller or
    an equivalent program) you'll have to resave the EPSF with an
    appropriate type of preview or, if you didn't create the EPSF
    yourself, ask the person that gave you the file to do so.

    --
    Odysseus
    Odysseus Guest

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    Default Re: Displaying EPS raster images into freehand 10

    Thanks a lot. It is true, the EPS image was saved in Mac. I will ask that save it as windows preview.


    cimsa webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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