Looking to open an EPS file?
Try CorelDRAW and edit your file now.
What is an EPS file?
EPS is short for Encapsulated PostScript, which is a graphics file format developed by Adobe back in 1992. It’s more like a postscript program that holds 2D vector graphics, bitmap images and text together. EPS file format is widely used for sharing artwork, logos and drawings. Because of it’s compatibility with different OS and the embedded preview feature, many publishers prefers this format. EPS files are different than other graphics format, because it’s a program itself. You will need specialized software like CorelDRAW.
How to open EPS file format
1. Create New Document
Launch CorelDRAW and select New Document. Select desired canvas size and colors
2. Select your EPS file
File> Import. The file browser will appear. Select the EPS File you want to import and click Import
3. Position Image on Canvas
Using the cursor select where you want the image to be placed and click and drag to position the image on the canvas
4. Edit your EPS file
Make your edits to the image
5. Save your document
Save the file before closing to the your desired location on your computer
Open EPS File on Windows with CorelDRAW Graphics Suite
- Windows 10
- Windows 8.1
CorelDRAW opens EPS files and the other files formats listed below
We created CorelDRAW Graphics Suite to open many kinds of file formats, including all of the following:
Try CorelDRAW now and open your EPS file(s) and then enjoy all this graphic design software has to offer.