The Portable Network Graphic (PNG) format stores raster bitmap images using lossless compression. Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) files can store bitmaps, vector graphics and text. If you want to convert a PNG to EPS, you need a program that supports both formats. These programs are typically high-end graphics software such as Adobe Photoshop, Corel Paint Shop Pro and ACDSee.
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Download and install a graphics program that supports both PNG and EPS formats (see Resources).
Launch the graphics software and open the PNG file in the program.
Click "File," then "Save as."
Change the file extension from PNG to EPS. For example, if your PNG file is named "example.png," choose the EPS option from the drop-down menu next to "Format" to save it as an EPS file and ensure that the file name shows as "example.eps" in the save window.
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