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manually i would add the element as a symbol to the symbol library, create a box around it and resize. After that i would right click - break link on the symbol object.
Since there is no code to speak on there is no context, the issue can be related to pixel interpolation. Try looking for hinting and you'll get my draft, but the level the software allows you to play with that kind of stuff is not that high in comparison to Fontlab hinting, for example. Snap to Pixel or make the graphic a bit smaller, or choose Optimize for ...
This can be done in a hacky way. Create a layer that is a rectangle encompassing the entire artboard you want to scale. Make sure the rectangle snaps to the edges of the current artboard. Make sure all layers within the artboard including the rectangle are selected. Scale and transform the layers up to the desired size. Then just simply redraw the artboard ...
1) Open image in Illustrator 2) Object/Artboards/Fit to Artwork Bounds
You have to go into prefs to "guides and grids" and set your grid to a 1 pixel grid by setting 1px in the "gridline every 1px". In your document turn on grid by using this key command: "command+" " If you do this you can keep snap to grid on. Also go to view/snap to grid. Like one of the posters said above, make sure fill is selected and not outline. This ...
If you have a stroke on the path take it off. Illustrator by default puts the path in the middle and half the stroke on each side of the path. I've noticed after aligning to a whole X/Y position, modifying the stroke size changes the path location. It also could be View>Snap To Point or View>Snap To Grid, I forgot which was available in CS5. Im on CC. ...
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 ...
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:
You can also use the Artboard Tool and double click on the object you wish the artboard to be around.
In general, Object > Artboards > Fit to Artwork may help.
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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