Follow these steps to convert EPS to PDF.
Architects, designers, and other professionals and artists use computer drawing applications to create EPS files. To share these graphics with colleagues and collaborators, learn how to convert them to PDF.
You may use Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) files to produce images, drawings, or layouts. EPS files are handy because they can contain both text and graphics. The encapsulated information can describe a vector image and include a bitmap image preview. For presenting and sharing images created in an EPS format, you’ll want to convert it to something more common, like PDF.
How to convert EPS files to PDF.
PDF is a standard for file sharing. It is ideal for professionals, students, or anyone that needs to share or present documents. To be sure that your colleagues can view your graphics and drawings without special software, you can easily convert them to PDFs before sending.
Open Acrobat and follow these five easy steps to convert EPS graphics to PDF:
- Navigate to the Create PDF option from the Tools menu
- Click on Select A File and navigate to the EPS file’s location
- Click on the EPS file
- Choose Create
- Click the save icon to save your new PDF to the desired location
EPS files are great for creating drawings and images but may need special viewer software to see them. To make sure your graphics are available to everyone, save them as PDF before sharing them.