With my university’s orientation week coming up, my staff and I are looking into putting in an order for printed fold-up frisbees. Here are their art stipulations: Artwork Format 1) Illustrator EPS Version 8.0 or less for PC, fonts changed to outlines, vectorized OR 2) Corel draw version 8.0 or less for PC, fonts changed to curves, vectorized Please provide PANTONE numbers for each colour in the design I am a webdesigner, not so much a graphics artist. Can someone help me with instructions for conversion? I have the image in both .jpg and .psd formats – is there anyway I could do this directly in Photoshop? I found a .eps extension in the Save As option, but I do not know if this is an adequate transition. I apologize for the rush, but I am hoping to put in the information as soon as tomorrow in order to have the order filled by the end of August. Thanks kindly for your help – I am in desperate need! That’s a problem because Photoshop isn’t a vector format so even if you could convert it to EPS it wouldn’t work properly. Most of the time print work should be done in a vector format to start with I think. However, since you weren’t aware of that before you’ll have to find a work around. I had a big project printed once and a tif ouputted from photoshop worked well. Call up the print shop and talk to someone directly. They will be able to help you better than we can here. For the purpose of proper formating in Adobe Illustrator and Corel Draw, for that formating you may use different commands for changing fonts colors and outlines……. for further support you may visit this link…….. http://www.corel.com/corel/pages/index.jsp?pgid=800034&storeKey=us&langu… Connect with other TWF members on Facebook! We’ll also let you know about new articles and interesting forum discussions. aPaddedCell © Copyright 2006-2012 InterMedia. Site and all articles (unless otherwise specified) licensed under a Creative Commons License. All trademarks and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective owners. Forum posts are owned by the individual posters. Source.