In the 1980s, Adobe made EPS files, which were a type of image file that came before PDFs. These files aren’t used as much as they used to be because there are so many better options now, but you may still come across them from time to time. If you want to use an EPS file in a Word document, you may have noticed that Word doesn’t know how to deal with these files by default. Don’t worry, Word does have the ability, but you have to install it yourself.
Close all Microsoft Office programs, like Word, Outlook, or Excel, and open the Windows Control Panel by clicking “Start” and “Control Panel.”
Click “Add/Remove Programs” twice.
Find your version of Microsoft Office in the list of programs and click on it to make it stand out. Click “Change” after that.
Use the wizard to help you. In the list of “Features to Install,” click “Expand Microsoft Office.”
Click “Shared Features in Office.”
Click on “Converters and Filters.”
Click on “Graphics Filters.”
Choose “EPS” as the filter you want to add, then click “Run all from my computer” and “Update” to install it. When the process is done, Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, Excel, and the rest of the Office suite will be able to import EPS images as graphics.