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Subject:Freehand to Illustrator From:ed_marsh -at- TCPGATE -dot- IBI -dot- COM Date:Fri, 19 Jan 1996 09:52:34 EST
>Sorry if the list has already been over this, but what is the easiest
>best way to convert Freehand illustrations to Illustrator and end up
>with true Adobe Illustrator files, manipulable in all their parts and
Illustrator's native format is AI or EPS. The only difference between
the two is that the AI format does not include a screen preview; the
EPS version does. The preview is helpful when you're trying to place
the graphic into a page layout program.
You should be able to export to either of these two file formats from