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Mathijsz

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  1. My file in AD contains some text, with the effect Outer Shadow. This has some opacity with a large radius(75px). This all looks good in the file. However, when I export the file as PDF/X-1a:2003, the outer shadow gets a hard edge in the final PDF file. Example of the issue is attached. Any help to solve this is appreciated. Thanks!
  2. I'm having some trouble and am a little confused due to how rulers and grids work. It seems the background grid and some rulers only appear when i select the artboard itself... I'd like to also have the grid and rulers visible when I select an object within this artboard. I've heard of the fact there are some guide managers which can be applied to the artboard or the document itself, but I'm not sure if this is what will solve my problem. My problem may have been occurred after duplicating an artboard. Any help would be appreciated.
  3. Thanks for the reply and kind welcome! Below I've attached the source file. banken stalen-300dpi.afdesign
  4. The title already tells most of the problem I have. When I export my file to JPEG or PDF, it's quality get very low. I've already tried to switch the resample option to Bicubic or Lanczos, which didn't give me that much of a better result unfortunately. However, when I export the file to PDF, the quality is stunning. I've also tried to change the document settings from 72dpi to 300dpi, which also didn't give me any other results. Could anyone please help me out here? Below I've added an attachment to show you guys what I end up with. Thanks in advance!
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