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EPS CorelDraw X4

EPS CorelDraw X4

EPS CorelDraw X4

I recently up graded from CorelDraw 11 to X4. In am having problems exporting EPS, sometimes the program crashes totally, usually if I am exporting big files. Can any one help?  Cheers. Rob753.

RE: EPS CorelDraw X4

Turn off the 'include header' option
Alan D

RE: EPS CorelDraw X4

1.) yes "Turn off the 'include header' option"
2.) outlines increase the file size of an EPS
3.) to many symbols increase the file size of the EPS because the EPS format dose not use the symbol definition so Corel Draw multiplies the object in the EPS at the number it was used in the CDR file and increases the file size.
4.) To many nested power Clips can block the EPS

I recommend to export to PDF if you have symbol objects.
And if you must export to EPS then brake apart any complex background (repetitive objects). And don't use POWER CLIPS as much as possible.


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