In Article <2nfsiv$96r at ncar.ucar.edu>, dob at comet.ucar.edu (David O.
>In article <CnJnDr.s7w at mozo.cc.purdue.edu>,
> <pmiguel at bilbo.bio.purdue.edu> wrote:
>> What programs exist that (somewhat) intelligently convert a Postscript
>>or EPS file to TIFF or PICT (etc.) so that it can be modified with a
>>typical graphics program (e.g. MacDraw, Canvas, etc.)?
I use a commercial package called Freedom of the Press Classic ($100). It
does an excellent job of converting postecript to a PICT file. The
resulting graphic image is a paint object that can be edit using the paint
tools of a program like Canvas.