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The background already exists as transparent. If you're trying to export for Web and getting a white background then you may be using a image type in the export that doesn't support transparencies. PNG or Gif will fix this. It's hard to tell what you're asking for.


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The background i̲s transparent. It is just emulating paper so you can not see it. A block of white is different from the white background. You can enable Photoshop like transparency grid by choosing View → Show transparency grid (ctrl+shift+D). On top of that make suresave for web has transparency enabled. The transparency grid is just a view ...


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There is no way to do what you are asking inside of Illustrator itself. BUT there is a way to do what you want while exporting your artwork to png/jpg/whatever. When exporting 'for web', you can resize your entire artwork, using pixels or percentages. An Example: say I've got an image file of South America, with Colombia in blue. My artboard is 350 x 720 ...


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Select all the objects you wish to resize then click Object -> Transform -> Scale. You can scale uniformly and preserve ratio or independently for each axis, but do remember to tick the Scale Strokes & Effects box. Afterwards, resize the Artboard independently.


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Short answer: No Long answer: Symbols should do it You can create a symbol out of any group of objects (except those containing other symbols) to standardize your doc. Unfortunately, Sketch takes that standardization very seriously. Any changes you make to an instance of the symbol will affect all other instances, including scale. As of the latest ...


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If I understand you correctly, an organized layer palette is your answer. Set up layer groups that mirror the artboards you've set up. Then you can select the whole group in the layers panel when you want to move stuff around. To illustrate my point, just nest the items of a given artboard logically for easy selection from the layers panel like so: [ ...


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The Fire HD preset and the 1280 × 800 preset have identical settings. It doesn't matter if you select print, web, devices, video and film, or basic rgb as the profile when first creating a document. If the artboard is 1280 × 800px / pt, it will be described as 'Fire HD'. As to the artboard 'looking too small', the iPhone 5s' screen resolution [1136 × ...


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If you press Shift-o then Enter It will show you the width and height of the selected Artbord. You can manually enter these dimensions to your object by first Selecting the object, going to the top toolbar and clicking transform You can then center it using the Align to Artboard settings.


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You can not "do the opposite". There is no internal option to "fit artwork to artboard". What you are seeking does not exists. You may be able to write or find a custom script for this though.


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Sure, Just open the artboards window and drag the artboard to the desired spot: *Just notice this will not change the actual position of the artboad in your illustrator workspace. As you can see the left number is the actual order and on the right you have the artbaord name, that by default is "Artboard 1, 2 etc." But it has nothing to do with it's actual ...



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