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I have a tip maybe it could help. make some dummy boxes (or group your objects you want it in the same artboard). each one of those dummy boxes represent a new Artboards, arrange it the way you want with your favorit tools (smart guides, align panel, dynamic transformation ..etc). after you finished the alignment and arrangement of those boxes, click on ...


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Unfortunately, Adobe hasn't seen a scenario where a user would want to move more than one artboard at a time. I'm not certain why this limitation exists. However, there's no way to manually move two or more artboards at the same time. The only way to move more than one artboard simultaneously is via Object > Artboards > Rearrange... which may or may ...


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Ok I've been scratching my head on this too. Was trying to manually calculate the transformation Grrr... In my case I have svg art centered on 300x300 artboard. I need them to be 220x220 while maintaining position and relative scale. So with the 300x300 artboard, create a 300x300 rectangle, right click Arrange -> Send to Back (so you can see your art). ...


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It turns out Multiexporter ignores artboards that haven't been named. Enter a name for each artboard, and they'll be included (that name will also be used for the filename). For example here, it's recognising each artboard that doesn't have the default name. If you create an artboard by alt-dragging an existing artboard, the copy will appear if the ...


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this is a very old post, but some users still using CS4, may come across this post in the future... here's a script I wrote in 2012. click on the Artboard tool before running, to see the Artboard Indexes. In this scenario, lets pretend we had 3 artboards and we need to add a 4th one, and insert it between 1 and 2, so page 4 becomes 2, page 2 becomes 3, and ...


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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.


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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 ...


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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 ...


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1) Open image in Illustrator 2) Object/Artboards/Fit to Artwork Bounds



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