I can answer Graphics questions related to Adobe Illustrator 9, 10, and CS. I also have Photoshop experience. Setting up files for printing is my main area of expertise. I am familiar with both PC and Mac platforms. No question is too silly. The only thing silly is a question not asked!
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Hi Greg, If I understand correctly this suggestion should work for you. Select your shape, then in the Object drop-down menu choose Path>Offset Path. a window opens and you can specify how much larger
Hello Elisha, A quick suggestion is to scan the image with a flatbed scanner open in Photoshop. Once in there you can manipulate the image to achieve your desired results. If you don't have a scanner
Hello, Photoshop is much better than it used to be for text capabilities. I typically work in Illustrator for laying out the file when working with text and images. But It really depends on your needs
Hi Barbara, You mentioned using PDF Optimizer but that only reduced by 2 or 3 megs. In Acrobat, under Document drop down menu, there is also a "Reduce file size" selection. That should reduce the file
Hi Barbara, A quick answer is using a file compression software. MacZip for Macs or 7-Zip for Windows. The software reduces file size without compromising quality. Both are free to download and easy