Try: File menu>Export>EPS
Better would be not to use EPS, use PDF instead. Export > PDF (Print)
If transparency is included use PDF/X-4.
I would recommend to avoid EPS.
I tried that as well but it saves it onto a white page not as a transparant image. Making the 'logo' difficult to work with when trying to place it onto my business card etc.
EPS does not support any transparency. You should use PDF only.
But what you mean with a whithe page I don't understand, can you clearify it?
I tried that too, it staill sages my 'logo' onto a white page making it difficult to work with when designing my business card in Indesign. Why would you avaoid 'eps' for logo design?
If you create the logo in indesign and business card design in indesign why you want to save it as eps?
EPS is an old outdated format which does not support transparency or color management.
But what is on you page that it becomes white? What is the content of the logo? Why have you created it in Id and not in Ai?
Is it an image? Is it a Vector? Is it text?
What color has the frame?
What options did you use when you placed it on the final document? In the import options you can define that a placed file has white background.
All the google help pages say that you can save an eps file on a transparent background
But I don't have the option in my Indesign "save as" > "format" drop down menu. It is so frustrating.
I have been able to do it before, in Indesign cs6 on a PC.
When you save a logo as an 'eps' file you onle see the actual logo making it very easy and functional to work with when using the logo to create a design. When you save it as anythig else the logo appears on a white page. Like a letterhead. on a document.
Your example does not show any instruction to InDesign, only Illustrator, Photoshop and Corel Draw! In Illustrator you can save as EPS or PDF, in InDesign you can only export.
But EPS DOES NOT SUPPORT TRANSPARENCY! But what they are talking about is that that you see between the holes and empty parts, that is not transparency.
How do you verify that the whole page is covered with white opacity?
Oh okay, I have so many google help pages open I think I have confused it all.
Maybe I will try creating one in Illustrator.
Thank you for your guidance!
I cannot reproduce the white background here when exporting an EPS file form ID, which makes me think you may actually have a white background on the page.
There is a fundamental difference between a fill of [Paper] and [None] that is not readily apparent on screen unless there is additiniona content behind. The [Paper] color is used to tell InDesign that you want to see the paper stock in that area of the output, so remove any other color that might be behind it (knock out a hole). The [None] swatch says don't add any color here, and let whatever is behind show through.