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If you are using an older version of PS (prior to CC2015), here's an easy workaround, wihtout the need to install external scripts: Do the following steps and save them as an action. Optionally bind it to an F-key for a faster workflow: Select the layers you want to export Right-click and select Duplicate layers... Under Destination set New as the ...


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The printer is not requesting anything unusual, plus Illustrator does a good job of exporting for print via default settings without you needing to have any experience with that. Just do a Ctrl+S (Save as), choose PDF from the file type dropdown and 'Press Quality' preset from the export panel. To be absolutely sure also tick the PDF/X-1a from the 'Standard' ...


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Saving my Illustrator file as PDF and then inserting it as a watermark in Word at 100% without Washout worked for me without it being blurry.


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Then PDF is probably not the format for you. PDF is actually meant to behave as if it is going to be actually printed, even if you never do it. The dimensions of the document are physical, cm or inches or whatever. You would need to match the document dimensions and internal resolution to the resolution of the monitor displaying it and the display mode of ...


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The Quick export as PNG option was only added in Photoshop CC 2015. If you are using an older version, here's a workaround: Hide every other layer and group, then hit Ctrl+Shift+Alt+S which opens the 'Save for Web' panel which allows you to save PNGs.


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Arial or Times New Roman should be fine. In fact, pretty much any font should work with this purpose. I just started a blank page in MS Word, typed a few characters in Arial and changed the font size to 216, so really don't see what the problem is on your end.


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DWG isn't a solid thing, it has been changed when new AutoCAD versions have appeared. Your Illustrator knows only few of existing DWG versions. As far as I know, Illustrator CS5.1 doesn't know newer DWG versions than 2004. It was the native format for AutoCAD versions which appeared in 2004...2006. Do not expect right colors nor stroke widths when you open ...


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