Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) is a computer graphics format. Because an EPS file contains the full PostScriptA page-description language that computers and high-resolution printers use to communicate with each other. description of its contents, it will print with the greatest resolution possible on a laser printer or other PostScript device, even if it’s pasted into another program. If you’re using Finale in conjunction with a graphics, page-layout, or word-processing program, use this technique to transfer music from Finale.
Use the Export Pages or the Export Selection commands in the Graphics menu. See Graphics.
- You must have a PostScript capable printer. Check your printer manual for details.
- The printer driver must be set to Optimize for Portability. Exit Finale. Click Start, Settings, Printers. Right-click on your printer driver and select Properties. Select the PostScript tab and set the “PostScript output format” to “Optimize for Portability” ADSC. Click Apply, then OK.
- The line “OwnPS=0” must be added to the Finale.ini file. Exit Finale. Open the Finale.ini file in the Finale folder with Notepad. In the [Settings] section, add the following line, without quotes, “OwnPS=0”. Save and exit Notepad.