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It seems like your exported JPEG image is using a different color space. While it's possible this is caused by the export process, it could be a number of other things, as well (the viewer program doesn't support color profiles for your .jpg, for example). If possible, I'd suggest printing a sample of each image. While the discrepancy on your screen is ...
There is no way to guarantee things will work perfectly, that's why you find the functionality under file > export. One of the real problems of illustrator is that the bezier splines used by illustrator can not do perfect circular arcs, so what you get is just approximate. This may be fine in many cases but for general mechanical engineering this is a big ...
Go to File > Export... Set "Save as type:" to AutoCAD Drawing (*.DWG)
Select the logo. Object > Artboards > Fit to Selected Art As for a transparent background, Illustrator files inherently have no background. You can turn on the Transparency Grid if you need to confirm that -- View > Show Transparency Grid. The only reason you would have a background is if you used raster images or raster effects within your ...
if it is the whitespace in the artboards themselves you want to get rid of, you can either: group all the elements in one artboard and go to file - document setup - edit artboards and then click (doubleclick?) on the grouped logo. That should bring the artboard down to the exact size or you could go file - document setup - edit artboards and then do it ...
I'm not sure how your slices are set up, but have you tried Trim transparent pixels in the Export panel? If your slice has padding around the actual element you want to export, this should automatically remove it for you.
Save images as PNG files. Insert them into Word as a Header and/or footer. Save the Word file as a template.
Layers get flattened in order to maintain appearance. Most often layers which use transparency in Illustrator (including blend modes) will flatten with the layers below the transparency. If you remove all transparency from the Illustrator file you should get all layers in the export to Photoshop. I'm not aware of a script for exporting.
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