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Export from deigner to pdf - big fomats trimmed


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I'm preparing a pdf for a big format advertising, 600mmx300mm.

The print office asks me a 1:1 drawing, at least 96 dpi.

Exporting the drawing from designer to pdf and if I the operator opens it with Illustrator or acrobat, it results truncated.
 

If the SAME file is generated by Illustrator, this issue doesn't happens.

Suggestions?

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Hi @resunoiz,

Sorry to hear you're having trouble!

It certainly sounds as though something in your document/export settings from Affinity are amiss - possibly the document units?

Can you please upload a copy of both the .afdesign file, the exported document & screenshots of your export settings?

Many thanks in advance!

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  • 3 weeks later...

sorry for late response, never had notifications!
I don't have the original file now unfortunately, I had to resize it under 450mm width to make it work.

 

affinity readed the 600mm wide document, other pdf programs (illustrator, reades and so on) no.

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