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Business Card Jpeg export is BLURRY

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Jul 30, 2020

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Hello! I am working on a business card design, and everytime I try to export it as a jpeg (which is the way I must submit it), it turns out blurry. I cannot figure out how to fix this issue and I am new to illustrator, so any help is welcome! Thank you!

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Business Card Jpeg export is BLURRY

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Hello! I am working on a business card design, and everytime I try to export it as a jpeg (which is the way I must submit it), it turns out blurry. I cannot figure out how to fix this issue and I am new to illustrator, so any help is welcome! Thank you!

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It could be your document raster setting is at 72ppi.  Try exporting as a .tiff @ 300ppi, then open the .tiff in Photoshop and Save As > JPG ( use a suitable resolution, sounds like a print project, so CMYK @ 300ppi ( use a high setting of around 8 ).  I oud advise not using a print vendor asking for a JPG.  Go with someone local instead.  Then, should you have a problem, you can deal with it one-on-one and much quicker than online.

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Thanks so much for your response! My raster setting is at 300ppi, and I followed these instructions and it still came out blurry. 😕 Is there any other way possibly? If not, no worries I really appreciate your help!

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The export setting needs to be high resolution as well.

But actually you should just save a PDF and take your money to a different printing service, because that one just hurts.

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I cannot analyze anything further without seeing what you are referring to as "blurry".  Have you printed the JPG?  What about PDF? 

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