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Chapter 9. Pictures > EPS preview options

EPS preview options

Every EPS picture has a PICT or TIFF preview built into it (unless it's specifically saved without one) so it can be viewed onscreen or printed on a non-PostScript printer. The higher a picture preview's bit depth, the longer it may take to render onscreen and the larger the file storage size of the project into which it's imported.

Looks like Greek to you

To speed up screen redraw, check Greek Pictures in QuarkXPress (Edit, in Windows) > Preferences > Print Layout or Web Layout > General. Greeked pictures look solid gray on screen at some view sizes, but they print normally. To ungreek a greeked picture, just click on it—the image will reappear.



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