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martinjamez says

I am using Illustrator CS6, if i save file as EPS 10 format, when i open the file again the text break into 2 or 3 diff editable segments not as a single text, but i can save the file in EPS CS or later version and can edit it later without any problem? Any solution for this, i need help. Thank you (sorry for bad english)

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EladChai says

it’s not a problem, that’s the eps file (crappiest thing ever).

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martinjamez says

it’s not a problem (: that’s the eps file (crappiest thing ever).
Thanks for the reply, i have submitted a logo & i saved the file as ‘CS EPS’, it got soft rejected & the reviewer said – The EPS file must be version 8 or 10. So what is a solution for this? :confused:
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henryhu says

You should see a drop-down menu on the panel coupled with some other options after you clicked save as an illustrator EPS file, simply choose the version from the menu.

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themajiks says

You should see a drop-down menu on the panel coupled with some other options after you clicked save as an illustrator EPS file, simply choose the version from the menu.

Hi. My problem is that, i have 248 layers that i want to export to eps files for upload. Is there any way to save my time please.?

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themajiks says

You should see a drop-down menu on the panel coupled with some other options after you clicked save as an illustrator EPS file, simply choose the version from the menu.

Hi. My problem is that, i have 248 layers that i want to export to eps files for upload. Is there any way to save my time please.?

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SunDustDesign says


You should see a drop-down menu on the panel coupled with some other options after you clicked save as an illustrator EPS file, simply choose the version from the menu.
Hi. My problem is that, i have 248 layers that i want to export to eps files for upload. Is there any way to save my time please.?

File>save as> and from the drop down menu choose EPS

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themajiks says



You should see a drop-down menu on the panel coupled with some other options after you clicked save as an illustrator EPS file, simply choose the version from the menu.
Hi. My problem is that, i have 248 layers that i want to export to eps files for upload. Is there any way to save my time please.?
File>save as> and from the drop down menu choose EPS

Thanks for your reply. Actually i want to export every layer to an individual eps as i want them to graphicsriver.net. But your suggested solution only helps to save as the whole file.

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