Saving a continuous-tone JPEG image


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Saving a continuous-tone JPEG image

In this exercise, we are going to save our artwork as a JPG file for use on a website, presumably, or you could e-mail it to somebody. Do whatever you want with it. Now I have called this document, I have gone ahead and saved my progress as Goodbye overprints.ai found inside the 12_exporting folder. So called, of course, because I got rid of the bad overprinting. Nothing wrong with overprinting in general, except when you apply it to a color you oughtn't to, such as white. So now we will be able to see our text. I'll go up to the File menu and choose Save for Web & Devices to bring up the big old Save for Web & devices dialog box.

Oh! Look at that. I didn't check which page was active there. I'm seeing my surfboard and my skateboard here. Let's go ahead and cancel out. That's because if I look down in the bottom-left corner of the illustration window, even though I'm looking at page 1, I actually have artboard number 2 active. All I need to do is cli...

Saving a continuous-tone JPEG image
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Saving a continuous-tone JPEG image provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Illustrator CS4 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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