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12 minutes ago, Susan Siow said:

110 X 200 cm (a graphic for t-shirt). Is PDF file a good alternative?

Who needs a T-shirt as long as that? Only a small proportion of the world’s population measures 200 cm (2 metres) or more from head to foot, and most of them will only want a T-shirt that reaches from their shoulders to their hips.

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What about another case, a graphic creation for a billboard of 2 X 5 meters, how can I solve the matter?

The normal viewing distance for a billboard of that size is large enough that 150 DPI will be more than sufficient.


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10 minutes ago, αℓƒяє∂ said:

Who needs a T-shirt as long as that? Only a small proportion of the world’s population measures 200 cm (2 metres) or more from head to foot, and most of them will only want a T-shirt that reaches from their shoulders to their hips.

LOL! Sorry, it should be 110 X 70 cm. :)

12 minutes ago, αℓƒяє∂ said:

The normal viewing distance for a billboard of that size is large enough that 150 DPI will be more than sufficient.

Billboard size but close view - it's actually an external cover sticker of a portable store. What's your advice?

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I have just uploaded the Affinity Designer file to Dropbox.

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Type of Graphic: Billboard sized store cover sticker.

Dimension: 5940 X 2440 mm

Tried Solution: Exported as PDF file (but it is truncated, enclosed is the screenshot).

 

Kindly help further, thanks.

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56 minutes ago, GabrielM said:

Adobe Acrobat cannot handle files larger than 200 inch x 200 inch. Yours is 233.86 in x 96.063 in . Try reducing the size as explained before. 

Thank you for the kind advise, however, if I reduce the size smaller than the actual dimensions (233.86 in x 96.063 in) and export it as a vector in PDF format. Will the quality of the print-out get affected?

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