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ArcGIS Pro exporting EPS as bitmaps and not Vectors

Question asked by lrhill on Sep 19, 2018
Latest reply on Aug 23, 2019 by davy.goethals_arcadis_be

I'm using ArcGIS Pro 2.2.2 to export my maps to EPS format and they are being rasterized.  I have 2 line features (no transparency) and 1 point feature (simple shape maker solid color, no transparency) that I am attempting to export. No background, no additional design elements, no basemap.

Share | Export | Layout | EPS 

Line feature (3.0 thick, no transparency)

Line feature (1.5 thick, no transparency)

Point feature (simple shape marker, solid color, no outline, no transparency)


When I use Share|Export|Layout|EPS --> I get a rasterized set of bitmaps, or "banding".  These are strips of images and are not usable for what I am doing.


What I want is EPS vectors that I can control in either AI or Corel, preferably Corel. 


I have used this export technique EXTENSIVELY in ArcGIS Desktop 10.X for years with success.


Anyone have any ideas?