We have a new archiving system at work (SCC), and once imported into that program, SCC places the Freehand EPS on the bottom left of a letter size white space, regardless of the size of the image. I guess the issue is that Freehand doesn't create a bounding box when exporting graphics as EPS. I need to keep the graphics exported as EPS so that they can be retrieved in an editable format. But since most graphics are fairly small, I'd like for them to show up in the SCC image pane in a size that's readable instead of a small image in a sea of white space. Is there any way to create a bounding box in a Freehand EPS?
Illustrator EPS's come across fine. I'm hanging onto Freehand with my fingernails and really don't want to have to switch to Illustrator, but this might force me to.