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You can't. However, you don't need to, either.
What EPS expects to see is the PostScript FontName. This does not have spaces, and usually uses a dash to separate the family name from the style name. For example, "Helvetica-Roman" or "BookmanOldStyle-Regular" (I don't know that's actually the right name, just a guess).
Thanks! So you're saying that every OpenType font has a corresponding Postscript name?
Am I understanding you correctly?
How can I determine what the Postscript name is? Is it buried in the font file somewhere?
If you're on Windows, or if you're using ATM Deluxe, you can get a font sample sheet that shows the PostScript FontName. Just double click on the font.
Most other font management applications should have some option for showing you the PostScript FontName.
For any OpenType font from Adobe, the file name is in fact the PostScript FontName with ".otf" tacked on the end.
You can also use OTFProof to dump the name table of any OTF font and find the PostScript name entry.