I am having problems with some illustrator files (I'm a developer more than a graphic designer). Basically, I can't seem to get around two things. Firstly, I have an illustrator file in which some of the components are located at non-integer values... Is there a way to force illustrator to lock to 1 point, without having any decimals after? I need to do this because I am exporting the file into a png, and I need to be able to totally match pixels in another program.
EDIT: It seems the problem causing sections are all the text labels. Is there no way to constrain text areas to a pixel grid?
EDIT2: I just put up an example AI file here that shows my problem. If you select the text area, its coordinates are x = 49 px, y = 45.834 px, width = 48.503 px, and height = 11.11 px (from the middle), this also refuses to snap to pixels. Now, I have a whole pile of these types of components, and I don't want to go through one at a time and change them. Any ideas?
My second problem kinda arose along with my first. For some reason, when I export a .ai file to photoshop, it seems to come with a 1px transparent border around it, which I need to remove. However, I can't seem to grab it with the magic wand or anything and I don't exactly want to resize the image (cause it would throw off the other coords). Is there an easy way to do this? Thanks beforehand!