Definitions for "EPSF"
Encapsulated PostScript Files
This is a common file format for storing a PostScript definition of a page or image. This term stands from Encapsulated Postscript File or Format.
Encapsulated Post Script File: A file format for graphic shapes and objects that contains a complete PostScript definition of a file. It can also include a bitmap equivalent for the monitor. This format is widely used for transferring images from one type of document to another, e.g. from a drawing programme to a layout programme.
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See EPS.