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MD9 says

OK. I’m just thinking SVG should have the same format status as EPS, JPG, PNG, etc. Currently it isn’t a format that you can select from the “Graphic Files Included” list, even though it is the most standard universal vector format.

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sgarchdesign says
Hi I used Inkscape to draw vector design and the format is SVG. Inkscape is the free software community, the same like Illustrator, but it’s free. This is the software that I will recommended to everyone whoe don’t have money to buy Illustrator. When you make with Inkscape, you can save as png, jpg, eps etc.. It’s very easy to use it. This is the link. http://inkscape.org/download/

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