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I recommend you to check these tips for Adobe Artboards http://designmodo.com/photoshop-artboards/. They are very useful for beginners.


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This happened to me too. Usually you can just click in an artboard to make it active, but for some reason it stopped working. What worked for me was to restart Illustrator (does restarting work for everything?). Hope this helps.


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To expand a little on what Ryan said, there is a faster way to edit your Artboards. Simply click on the Artboard Tool and resize them to fit. The even faster way is to automatically size your Artboard to fit your artwork. I have this image of a tree that extends beyond my Artboard Go to Object > Artboards > Fit to Artwork Bounds And there ...


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That's the Artboard and you don't remove it. You can make it larger or smaller by going to File > Document Setup and then click on Edit Artboards: Your artwork must be contained in the Artboard. I'd suggest you read the link above from Adobe to get a better understanding of this concept.


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Maybe you can help script artboardsToPSD.jsx #target photoshop app.bringToFront(); var docRef = app.activeDocument, allArtboards, artboardsCount = 0, inputFolder = Folder.selectDialog("Select a folder to process"); if (inputFolder) { function getAllArtboards() { try { var ab = []; var theRef = new ActionReference(); ...


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I haven't looked but I thought it was just right clicking on the artbord and then export as. UPDATE Select all layers inside the artboard Right click and Convert to Smart Object File > Export > Layers to Files When you do this you will end up separate files for each artboard as psds. If you want to convert back to layers, once you've made ...


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If I set Preferences -> Interface -> Border to Line. The canvas now looks like this: It's zoomed in, you can see the 1px line bounds around the artboard.


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Has this got anything to do with your preferences setup where your borders might be set to line?


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FYI, my suggestion is an extension to Jagrat Jagz Desai's method. It's not fully automated but does save you the step of checking the size of your content in order to create an artboard at that exact size. in the Layers List on screen left, select the artboard that corresponds to your content delete artboard and hit 'Keep Layers' button when prompted ...


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1) When you "save for web" your PNG, you can uncheck the box "clip to artboard." It should only save the design, not the artboard. 2) One option is to add a rectangle with no border and no color, and make it a bit bigger than your artboard or at the same size. You can put it on a different layer, and lock it so it doesn't get in the way. Or simply lock it ...


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File > New and choose Artboard from the document type. Load the images as layers.. then Layer > New > Artboard from layers Or just choose Layer > New > Artboard then place your external files on the artboards. You may want to check the new feature movies... https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/how-to/design-with-artboards.html


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Use the layers panel I find the easiest way to accurately select multiple artboards is the layers panel. Collapse the artboard groups (if your list is too long), then command-click each title you're after. Three ways to move Click and drag the title of any selected artboard in the workspace. Don't miss or you'll lose your selection! (>_<) Use the ...



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