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It's something to do with Layer -> Type -> Convert to point / Convert to paragraph. I changed to 'paragraph' to try and make the text behave like a standard Indesign box, but I had this same problem. It turns out, if you just use spaces to push text to the next line rather than line-breaks you can achieve the same thing. Works better for me now.


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If you still have access to CS6 (the higher version of both) you can simply go to File > Save As and save it downwards, that's possible in all Versions of Illustrator. It appears the standard Save As Dialog where you can set your Version. In your case click the Drop Down and select CS5 like:


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The easiest way might be to: Make a background layer fill it with white. With your line drawn character on the top layer, flatten the image. Magic Wand the white on the outside of the character and hit delete. This should leave you with the white character! Hope that works!


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The basic answer you already know... Do it by hand. That's how everyone does it if they are trying to fill brush strokes. You can try the flood fill tool but that often requires you to work on the same layer as your key line (Black outline) and it has a tendency to feather edges requiring you to manually correct those anyway. Often what is done is that ...


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I think the best solution for your need is to use masks. Just put a background and select with mask the drawing, delete the background... And you have the draw with background. Is what you need or I'm wrong?


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select the rectangle and remove fill inside. use scissors tool (C) and click on side corners. edit removed side seperately


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When you place a photoshop file in illustrator you get a window where you select the photoshop data. Select transparency settings and choose the relevant layers.


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I am working on a file that has a pre-scaled smart object in it. I figured out that if you select the smart object and keystroke "cmd + T" (Mac) or "crt + T" (windows), it will give you the pre scale size in the top bar. From there you can enter any size you wish and even go back to 100% with out losing any resolution quality. Hope this helps.


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You don't. If type is converted to outlines it is done to maintain appearance. Your only option is to reset the type and delete the outlines if needed. There is no way to un-outline type in Illustrator, other than using Undo if you outlined the type yourself.



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