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Export as EPS

Exporting to EPS is quite simple. You can choose Export from the File menu, and then select EPS from the Formats popup menu, give the file a name, and let InDesign do the work. But, like most other things, there are options you can select.

There are two panels of options to control how InDesign saves your EPS file. The General panel provides many of the same selections as on XPress’s Save Page as EPS tab (see Figure 44-1). Each EPS file can contain only one page, but InDesign lets you specify a range of pages. For example, if there are ten pages in your document, InDesign creates ten EPS documents, appending the page number to each name. If you have created multipage spread, you can check Spreads, and a single EPS file will be created for each spread.


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