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I don't have a clue, what happened there, but you can have all your work back by making new blank document in Illustrator and then File->Place and place your PDF. After that just hit Embed and then you can work with your graphics again.
Thanks, Jonathan! :) So I make it this way: Assign a hotkey Ctrl-Alt-Shift-4 to Objects\Fit to Selected Art, and a Ctrl-Shift-E to File\Export This way: Select object Press Ctrl-Alt-Shift-3 (to hide all other) Press Ctrl-Alt-Shift-4 (to fit the artboard) Press Ctrl-Shift-E (to export) PS: don't forget to check "Use artboards" on export dialog! And hit ...
i had the same problem.. nothing worked.. if plugins & version are fine do this- (based on CS3 version) on near right corner of Photoshop screen find a drop down that says 'workspace' - from it select "default work-space" create a new file and try saving it
Make sure to check "use artboard" in the export dialogue box (or it will use the art itself as artboard dimensions)
This requires both Illustrator and Photoshop, but is my favorite: Click to select the object/objects in Illustrator Do a "File>Copy", Ctrl+C or applekey-C to copy In Photoshop, do "File>New", Ctrl+N or applekey-N and keep the default options it gives you (exception: you may want to change Background to Transparent) In Photoshop, do a "File>Paste", ctrl+v ...
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