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Select the artboard tool (Shift+O) and then click the small "x" in the top right corner of the extra artboard. Alternatively, use the Artboard Panel and select the stray artboard and delte from there.


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Ended up with built-in Illustrator functionality, that is described in details in this video. Have checked, it works.


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Yes definitely select all the items then group them that way you can just select that folder / group and use the move tool.


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You can reduce the size of your page in Illustrator. Since a few versions back they are called artboards but in version CS2 they are called a Crop Area (or was it crop mark?). You can release the current crop area. I think the menu is Object > Crop Area... > Release You will get a rectangle that has no fill and stroke color. In your case it'll be 8....


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It's been a while since I've used CS2, but you should be able to change the setting from within InDesign. When you place the file, check the box at the bottom of the dialog box that says, "Show Import Options." Then under Options > Crop to: > ART.


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As of Photoshop CC 2015.5 you can now have artboards with transparent backgrounds. Either create a new Artboard and select Transparent under the Background Contents menu or, if you have an existing artboard, simply select it in the layers panel, open up the properties windows and change the background with the Artboard background color dropdown. (Note that ...


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Make sure to Select the Art-board and the Hit " Ctrl + Alt + Shift + S " for save for Web Or you could also do the normal export " File > Export > Export As " Here you can select the Artboard you want from the left side.


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Ensure that you have selected the "Clip to Artboard" option, in your Save for Web options. Otherwise, Illustrator will automatically crop the output to your artwork's full dimensions.


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Try File>Export>Export As... That will save each artboard as their own file.


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The other answers are correct, it doesn’t matter that much as long as it is proportionally identical. Working on 1:1 scale, wall sized may give you performance issues though. You should be aware though that Illy only has an accuracy of 3DP. This can cause some problems with scaling when things need to be super accurate. Some effects and things (especially ...


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Your design in Illustrator should be in all vector, so the size doesn't really matter. I personally find it very helpful to put an image of the object I design for at the bottom of my layers. So get an image of your wall(s), lock it and design above it. For printing/projecting it on the wall, you can resize your (vector)work in any size.


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the better way is just to use the crop tool. instead of cropping to delete spaces move the lines to add more space. i usually do it, very long time ago. now i just did it on Photoshop CC2015. and it works. hope my trick helps helps.



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