If your EPS graphic is a vector drawing, I would not follow Alison's
suggestion to save as a PNG bitmap. That will greatly degrade the
drawing by rasterizing it. EPS handles vectors perfectly, resizing them
without degradation. Of course, they still look awful inside
FrameMaker-- because FM only shows you a low-res preview to save
computer memory. But the vector will look perfect in PDF. Even if the
viewer of the PDF zooms in, the vector will resize without degradation.
On 3/6/2014 4:57 PM, Craig, Alison wrote:
As you have CS3, open the EPS in Illustrator and use the */File >
Export/* option to save it as a PNG.
Our web guy also says that in Photoshop you can use */File > Save for
Web.../* then use the PNG-24 option.
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