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If printing company wants 300 dpi,but I've already created a lots of pages with Ai and all files ,pictures ,fonts are vectors. I exported it to pdf (high printing quality) 300 ppi .

Will be there any problems with printing company??? If,yes ,do i need to make that pages for begining but in 300 dpi.... Pls.answer 

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It depends on the printing process/printer/printing press if the 4 color black gives a problem.

Small type will become fuzzy when the colors are not printed exactly on top of each other.

Your example contains large type so if printed correctly that should not be a problem.

But you can correct it by selecting some text, choose Select > Same > Fill Color and click the black swatch to replace the colors.

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printing 300 ppi vector

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If printing company wants 300 dpi,but I've already created a lots of pages with Ai and all files ,pictures ,fonts are vectors. I exported it to pdf (high printing quality) 300 ppi .

Will be there any problems with printing company??? If,yes ,do i need to make that pages for begining but in 300 dpi.... Pls.answer 

I've attached one file.

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Correct answer by Ton Frederiks | Adobe Community Professional

It depends on the printing process/printer/printing press if the 4 color black gives a problem.

Small type will become fuzzy when the colors are not printed exactly on top of each other.

Your example contains large type so if printed correctly that should not be a problem.

But you can correct it by selecting some text, choose Select > Same > Fill Color and click the black swatch to replace the colors.

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Illustrator files do not have a resolution, they contain scalable vectors.

Images and raster effects like dropshadows  have a resolution, but the file you showed do not have those.

Unless your printing company cannot print PDF files, you should have no problems with your files.

 

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That means everything is okey with my pdf?

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It looks like you started in RGB and later converted to CMYK, which causes your blacks and grays to be made from multiple CMYK inks.

You should contact the printer and show him one of your files.

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Okay.Thank you very much. But I created it from begining cmyk color.and 300 ppi. and all images,fonts are vectors

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If the file was CMYK, you must have specified your colors in RGB, your text color looks like a rich black, the result from RGB > CMYK.

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You were right.. My document I've created CMYK, but font colors I choose RGB. , so now I need to click there (in the picture) and choose color?

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It depends on the printing process/printer/printing press if the 4 color black gives a problem.

Small type will become fuzzy when the colors are not printed exactly on top of each other.

Your example contains large type so if printed correctly that should not be a problem.

But you can correct it by selecting some text, choose Select > Same > Fill Color and click the black swatch to replace the colors.

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Printing company can print pdf.That means everything is okey with my pdf?

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