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A DCS (Desktop Color Separation) file is a type of EPS that contains pre-separated plate information for all the colors used in a Photoshop image. This format is used to reduce printing time because the RIP needs to spend less time calculating the separations needed to print an image. In Photoshop you have an option to save a DCS file either with or without a composite preview. If you save without a composite preview, then QuarkXPress cannot generate a Full Resolution Preview for the image.