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Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) is a
At minimum, an EPS file contains a
EPS, together with DSC's Open Structuring Conventions, form the basis of early versions of the
A number of programs will save or convert text and vector art to EPS format, including:
Many image converter programs can create EPS files containing the pixels of the image.
An EPS file is a stream of generic PostScript printing commands. Thus many PostScript printer drivers have an option to save as EPS, or to add EPS DSC information to their output which you can "print to file". Saving as EPS was a feature of Microsoft's PSCRIPT.DRV Windows printer driver and Adobe's ADOBEPS.DRV Windows printer driver for Windows versions prior to Windows 2000.