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Just to add to the details you need to name the path, if you leave it as 'workpath' then it will not save the path with the jpg. (i'm using cs6). Just by clicking the name it changes it to 'path 1' which is fine.
The easiest way to do this is Slices. Although they're not intended exactly for this, they can do it. Space out all your images, slice with the Slice tool accordingly, then Save For Web, pick a folder, and they'll all march right out as jpegs if you pick the right compression type. The caveat is that your images will need to be spaced out. Any overlaps and ...
This is a situation where saving it as an old Illustrator format from CorelDraw will be much better than battling different EPS handling ideas. Then open in Illustrator and copy/paste the parts you want to Indesign.
Have you tried Arts & Letters? For years I used A&L, and the eps files it made were so simple, both Corel and Adobe could open the eps directly, and the color was the true color I designed. Although I have switched to Adobe, because I had to work on Newsletters and PDF files, I may however re-install A&L; and A&L is a true Vector program. ...
If you want a precise 256x256 pixel raster file containing a 1 pixel checkerboard pattern, you should definitely use a raster program (or program the exact output you want from a programing language). For example, if you use GIMP (which, as Inkscape is Free both as in Beer and as in Speech), you can simply create a new 256x256 pixel image, and select the ...
Not sure I 100% understand your question, but sounds like you have many icons and only need one...? Just create a new document in illustrator. Copy over the icon you need. Select the icon, then choose File > Document Setup > Edit Artboards Then in the top left choose Presets: Fit to selected art. Then save as an .svg If there are other icons/objects in ...
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