How do I find out the exact size of a graphic or image after it has a clipping mask applied in Illustrator? When you just select the image or do Ctrl+A it shows the entire image size(including the masked unwanted portion) in the transform palette and I just need the final dimensions of the image. Can anyone suggest how I can find out what the masked image size is?
You can go to layers, open a masked group and alt-click on the layer with mask contour. It will select the mask and show the size. I think it should work in cs4 too.
If you are using an older version of Illustrator, you'll need to not simply "Select All", or select all, then de-select the masked content and use the Direct Selection Tool (White arrow) - or Layers Panel - to select only the clipping mask shape rather than the entire clipped group.
The inclusion of non-visible clipped content was an annoyance many users complained about, which is why more recent versions of Illustrator no longer show content which is not visible.
Logesh, Double click on the masked image it goes into the mask then you can select the image it will show the original size. Or you select the masked image and right click-->Release clipping mask then you can show the original size.
TLDR Answer: Use an artboard and put it around that clipping mask, whatever measurement your artboard is will be your end result.
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