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How can i view a EPS image inside a internet explorer ?
But the main problem is that the process may be automatic because i'm to convert a gif format or other , Nooo !!!!
Am i need to convert to another format ? or maybe i'm need an active X control or something like this .
Well this is the question.
I'd really appreciate your comments.
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I'm afraid your fears are correct. The only image formats currently supported on the web are .gif and .jpg (or .jpeg). There isn't any way to natively view an .eps file in a browser.

Now, if you have Acrobat Distiller, you can convert that .eps file into a .pdf file in a heartbeat (much easier than converting it to either a .gif or a .jpg). There *are* ways to display .pdf files in a browser, as long as you have Acrobat Reader available for your viewers to download and install.
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