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In CC, press the pop-out menu to enable the additional options. Select "Show Options" Then it will be available. Select the "Align To" button and choose "Align to Artboard."


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In the menu: Illustrator > Preferences > Units Set General to Pixels in the dropdown. Then, you can set all the values to pixels because that is the default.


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While you create a new file (menu > NEW). Select "Background Contents" drop to Transparent... Now you will get a transparent artboard.


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As much as I understood, answer of your question would be like this.. 1) Take a certain size of file(file A) 2) Now you will have a screen with transparent background. without doing anything else further, first of all take a screen shot of such screen. 3) And past it new file.(file B), keep only transparent grid image and delete the surrounding stuff ...


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I think you can duplicate your selection to new psd file. This is easy way to export the artboard as separate layer :) Choose the layer you want to export Right click and choose Duplicate layer Choose New and type the name of file Click OK


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Select the background layer. Double click so it is no longer locked, it will rename as layer 0. select all within your canvas (cmd + a) and delete.


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It's not perfect, but you could try to export the artboards as PDF and reimport them in the other document. You would lose the artboards, but keep all the graphics. A little bit of fiddling will fix that of course.


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I'm not sure since which update but Photoshop CC does this out of the box. You can export all artboards to PSDs or just the selected ones. Just go to File > Export > Artboards to Files... and give it a go.



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