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    How to change dpi in illustrator?

    Hi im new with working in illustrator and i can´t see how i can change the dpi...

    I want it from 72 dpi to 300 dpi... as it is for print..

    Also when i try saving the file as eps format... it says that one font wasn´t embedded in the document, how can i embeded this font?

    Thanks for the help...

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    Design Guru < Forum Moderator > Cwilk's Avatar
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    There's no need to change the DPI. Illustrator is vector-based which means you can print it the size of the earth (if a printer had that capability).

    When you save a file and want to embed the font, it will ask you in the dialogue box when you are saving. Check the box to embed.

    I don't recommend embedding fonts because of problems so I usually change all my fonts to outlines and then save it as a separate file. This way you'll have your native file to go back to and edit the text.
    Christina Wilkinson
    Sabre Design

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    Oki thanks for that answer....

    What do you mean by saving the fonts in a seperate file?

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    Have a file original with the font as is and another file called outlined with the fonts all in outlines

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    Oki thanks I will try that....

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