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Files I never heard of... .rtx .eps


#1
finding these in my graphic folders. they won't open....... how can I open them ???
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#2
You should be able to open the .rtx files with Notepad or Wordpad.

The .eps with adobe Acrobat.
 

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I have Windows 8.1 I have never used notepad or wordpad. so i should use the open with if it shows up and have them open in the files you suggested???? Thanks so much....
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finding these in my graphic folders. they won't open....... how can I open them ???
Eileen
eps ecapsulated post script ....adobe acrobat , photoshop and indesign
 

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.eps are as stated encapsulated Postscript files and are actually not normally "Human Readable", but are used by high end Postscript printers for the control of the pint process
 

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#6
.eps are as stated encapsulated Postscript files and are actually not normally "Human Readable", but are used by high end Postscript printers for the control of the pint process
EPS format pretty much is on its way out. Its use these days is for mainly print media like newspaper and mags.
Its ability to hold 4 layers CMYK (Blue red yellow Black) in one file was its main stay. these layers could easily be converted to tiff format for computer to plate printers. Quark was the most used program for newspapers which Iused eps pics and stories to build pages.
These days most have upgraded to InDesign which is more versatile and while it can still use eps, adobe pdfs, and cloud based page building, are becoming the norm. I still use eps for backup when I get a slightly corrupted pdf.
 

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