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Extracting embedded illustrations (.eps) from within FrameMaker - Adobe Illustrator Windows

I am using FrameMaker 7.0 and Illustrator CS in Win XP. Is there a way to extract an embedded EPS file from within Frame. I realize that I can simply copy and paste, but I need to be able to edit the illustration once again. I have played around with extracting from the PDF, but it seems limited as far as editing. Dan...

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    Default Extracting embedded illustrations (.eps) from within FrameMaker

    I am using FrameMaker 7.0 and Illustrator CS in Win XP.

    Is there a way to extract an embedded EPS file from within Frame.

    I realize that I can simply copy and paste, but I need to be able to edit the illustration once again.

    I have played around with extracting from the PDF, but it seems limited as far as editing.

    Dan
    Daniel_Erickson@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Extracting embedded illustrations (.eps) from within FrameMaker

    Dan:

    I don't know FM, but with PageMaker I would create a PostScript file of the page (after deleting everything else) and try opening that in AI. However, I suspect the results won't be much different than your PDF route, but you never know.

    Bob
    Bob_Rubey@adobeforums.com Guest

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