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Yes. In Illustrator CC or newer choose File > Package Possible duplicate: How to package fonts in Illustrator CS6?


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Now that we have a clearer question to work from the answer is, no. Illustrator does not have the same functionality as Corel Draw's "Package for Output". But Illustrator does have the ability to save as a PDF. PDF's embed all the content inside the PDF "container" and this includes the fonts and images used. This saving as a PDF functionally accomplishes ...


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A good idea is to confirm with your college if you have the "exact" same settings, but probably you moved the "blur" value. Try to use the checkbox "optimized", not "progressive" and uncheck the box "save profile" as you need a really small file. If you are resampling the image on this dialog box try "bicubic sharper". Of course you can try sharpening a ...


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I'm not sure this will work, but I've used this to open Illustrator CC files in Illustrator CS6, so it might work two versions back: Download and install a script to open multipage PDF (you might get different/better results with either): Open Multipage PDF or Multi-Page PDF loader Use on the .ai file instead of .pdf I suspects it works by reading the ...


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Have you tried http://www.fontsquirrel.com/tools/webfont-generator or http://onlinefontconverter.com they both work well and the sites are running OK


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If you have Adobe Acrobat, open the AICS6 file with that. Then save as PDF.. then open the PDF in AICS5. Be aware, some art may be flattened or expanded when opening the PDF in Illustrator CS5. And this assumes the CS6 file was saved with PDF compatibility on. The easiest solution is to find someone with CS6 or newer and ask them to re-save the file to ...


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Is your artwork still in vector format? Your last uploaded logo looks pretty good but you may find something useful below. Saving file as a JPEG or PNG First go to file - save for web. I would suggest saving at high (Just remember that the higher the quality, the longer the load time for a web page). If your working file is a vector then you can export at ...


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This blurriness is Illustrator's anti-aliasing when the shapes don't match the pixel grid. Turn on View > Pixel Preview to see how your image will look when exported. Then you can align the shapes to the pixel grid to minimize the blur. Here's an official Adobe tutorial on how to do it: ...



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