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If you changed your artboard background to white, you won't be able to see solid white objects unless you select them with the selection tool. This is just because there is nothing to differentiate the white object from white background, not because the actual white object was changed. To see your white object on white background you can do one of the ...


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I don't know if there is a way to automate it, I haven't needed to research that myself, but you can save each one individually in the Save As menu:


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You can also use the Artboard Tool and double click on the object you wish the artboard to be around.


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In general, Object > Artboards > Fit to Artwork may help.


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These may not be what your looking for, but what if you save the file as an EPS WITH the option checked "use artboards". This should save out every artboard as a separate file AND save you a 'Master' EPS. Note: when the files are save out they are Label as such: fileName_Artboard Name Then in InDesign you just import each icon as separate file. Note: ...



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