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Convert eps to gif, jpg, bmp, etc.

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Is there a simple way to convert an eps file to any of the more popular bit-mapped formats?
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Hi,
Yes you can. Try open it at a photo program(Photoshop,PaintshopPro...), convert it to RGB, Cmyk or Greyscale and save it as you like. (This is the easiest way)
I don't know if there are any stand alone converters. :-(

I hope i have helped you.

Sincerely
Andreas

http://www.intrafood.com/artlantis/index.htm

artlantis@hotbot.com (if you need any other help)
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Thanks for your additional offline support.
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