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Illustrator to JPEG | Automator World




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    Hi, I’m starting to become very frustrated , id like to make high def/resolution images in photoshop but cant figure it out.I started using illustrator and think the lines look great in that program but dont know how to do anything else. The Question is, Can i draw something in illustrator and then bring it in to photoshop to color in, without losing the quality of the image. Thanks so much for your time.

    Comment by SB — December 18, 2009 @ 8:47 pm

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    I need a batch converter from freehand to illustrator. The instructions by Adobe to convert them one by is not helpful when looking at a library of old files. Why can’t Adobe support this? Freehand used yo open illustrator files just fine..

    Comment by katie — January 26, 2009 @ 1:53 pm

  3. 8.

    Dear Ben: I downloaded your program “Illustrator to JPEG”, but I can’t get it to work. I tried restarting my mac, and I tried putting the folder inside the “Illustrator” folder, inside applications. Could you please tell me what to do to make your file work. Thank you, Michael

    Comment by Michael — January 6, 2009 @ 2:12 pm

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    Dear Sir,

    I am working on Illustrator CS4. If i import file as jpg then the colorswhich are saved are very contrasting. And when I try to save from web and devices the file is so small that I cant even print it. If it prints its super pixelated. Please, Please, Please help me.

    Thankyou Shweta Narang

    Comment by Shweta — November 3, 2008 @ 4:56 am

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    Have you ever created a workflow that could convert Macromedia FreeHand files into EPSs, or even better, into Adobe Illustrator docs? The newspaper where I work has a huge library of FreeHand docs, and with the Associated Press switching to Illustrator, it would make my life a lot easier to have a routine that could automatically batch-convert those files. Sound like fun?

    Comment by Ken Ellis — November 1, 2007 @ 9:35 am

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