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You can also do this in Adobe Fireworks. Here is an article on how to do it.


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On both frames, you will use the Text Frame Options dialog (Object > Text Frame Options... and its Auto-Size tab. For the quotes frame, set Auto-Sizing to Height Only and choose the top center anchor in the proxy. This will cause the frame to auto-size only in a downward direction. For the body frame, do the same but choose the bottom anchor in the ...


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In some zoom levels, especially less than 100%, if the width/height of an object is small then the scale function with its bounding box will be wrong. To solve it, just zoom in your working view to make the bounding box match the object's actual path and the scaling will be accurate. Alternatively, use the Transform panel to set the anchor point of the ...


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Using shift-click and dragging the text box from any corner will force it to retain the original proportions as you resize it. This is also the case for many other programs.


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Click in the text box with the Type tool (T) to make your text cursor blink. Then click & drag from the box's bottom right corner to resize it.


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When you have a text box, you need to double click on the text layer before you can resize the text box, other wise you will stretch the text.


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One way would be to use a blend: Draw your largest and your smallest circle; Select both objects and choose the Blend tool (W); Click an anchor in one of your objects (eg. the top anchor); Click the corresponding anchor in the other object (the top); double click the blend tool with the blend still selected; Choose Specified steps and enter the number of ...


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For Doing this In Adobe Illustrator Make a Circle, Select it and go to object menu - Transform - Transform each then you can move , scale, rotate or reflect your object and now with CTR + D command all things will be repeat which you had applied For more details view this Video


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Yes it's easy. To change from 300 to 72 DPI in illustrator, just multiply the size of your elements by 0,24.


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Firstly, you can ask your PC/Mac to open the file in Photoshop instead of Illustrator, since it is much simpler to manipulate the change in size. Once opened in PS, and select the option below: A pop up box will appear to show: Then simply change the values to either the percent option, or click the dropdown and choose pixels. Put in your values and ...


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Photoshop does have Edit > Paste special > Paste into, but this doesn't resize the image to the selection. It is however possible to do it by creating an Action in the Window > Actions panel. Or it could be done with a script. Script would give you more freedom to do exactly what you need it to do. Before you start reading the rest of the post, ...


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You have to change interpolation method. Go to Edit > Preferences > General and change Image Interpolation as desired (Nearest Neighbor in your case). Than select your smart object and hit Ctrl + T (Cmd + T for Mac), than without any transformations hit Enter to apply. Your object will stay intact, only its interpolation method will change (refresh). Note ...



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