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Change ppi in Illustrator?

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#1 Guest_mevector_*

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Posted 09 January 2014 - 02:39 PM

Hello all! Quick question. I have a design I created in Illustrator open and it looks like I accidentally created it as 300 ppi. I want to change it to 72 ppi. Unlike Photoshop where you can easily go in and see what your document is at and easily change it, Illustrator not so easy. Hope that makes sense. Working in Adobe Creative Cloud.

#2 Meow


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Posted 10 January 2014 - 01:30 PM

PPI doesn't matter in Illustrator since it's a vector editing software. If you want to save your work as 72 ppi, you can either:

Export (Alt + Shift + Ctrl + X) the image from the File menu, choose the jpeg format, and click 72 ppi for the Resolution option;
Save for Web (Alt + Shift + Ctrl + S). It will automatically be 72 ppi.

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