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My EPS's don't work.

My EPS's don't work.

My EPS's don't work.

I create an EPS (as per the manual)
The EPS that I create shows no icon to show that it is an InDesign EPS, just what looks like a blank document, and then when I use the EPS a postscript error flashes up.

RE: My EPS's don't work.

Where are you using the EPS?  Are you placing it back in InDesign?

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Why is everyone in this forum responding to me as picklefish?

RE: My EPS's don't work.

I'm trying to create a EPS that I can put through our ADS machine.

RE: My EPS's don't work.

Does the EPS work in any other program?  ID may be producing a level of EPS that is not compatible with your ADS machine.

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Why is everyone in this forum responding to me as picklefish?

RE: My EPS's don't work.

I've tried using the EPS with other programmes and it works.
So it's quite obvious that there's a conflict in postscript levels.

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