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How to get rid of paths and anchors when exporting image

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Hey all,

 

I imported a png file into Illustrator so I could change its color from pink to blue.  But when I try to export the new file, the paths and achors still show up (as in the second photo below).  Any idea how to get rid of them?  I want the png to look exactly as the orginal png, with the same texture, shade, etc, but just in the color blue. 

 

Any help would be appreciated!

 

--Ausar

 

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How to get rid of paths and anchors when exporting image

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Hey all,

 

I imported a png file into Illustrator so I could change its color from pink to blue.  But when I try to export the new file, the paths and achors still show up (as in the second photo below).  Any idea how to get rid of them?  I want the png to look exactly as the orginal png, with the same texture, shade, etc, but just in the color blue. 

 

Any help would be appreciated!

 

--Ausar

 

image oneimage oneScreen Shot 2020-06-03 at 4.14.08 PM.png

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To change the colors of an image, use an image editor like Photoshop.

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