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I have a logo I saved 72ppi and 300ppi and RGB and CMYK (if needed) in every format - ai, pdf, jpg, png, eps, svg and did all of that EXCEPT the svg files keep reverting to RGB 300ppi no matter how I save them - if I change the format to CMYK, 72ppi, it reverts it to RGB, 300ppi - even if I save it as RGB, 72ppi it reverts to RGB, 300ppi - any solutions would be appreciated?

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Saving AI File as SVG

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I have a logo I saved 72ppi and 300ppi and RGB and CMYK (if needed) in every format - ai, pdf, jpg, png, eps, svg and did all of that EXCEPT the svg files keep reverting to RGB 300ppi no matter how I save them - if I change the format to CMYK, 72ppi, it reverts it to RGB, 300ppi - even if I save it as RGB, 72ppi it reverts to RGB, 300ppi - any solutions would be appreciated?

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SVG will always be RGB. The format doesn't support CMYK.

As for the resolution: vector files doen't have a resolution. What exactly are you referring to and what is in the file?

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Thanks Monika - I have been trying to make sure a logo I created has been saved with all the proper formats and is vector when needed to pass on to a client - that is good to know about SVG - thank you - I attached a screenshot of the file saved as SVG RGB 300ppi and one where it shows EPS in 300ppi - the other formats, AI and EPS and PDF all allow me to alter the ppi and I assume my EPS and AI or vector but, at this point, I am too confused to know much.....thanks for any insight!Screen Shot 2020-07-11 at 3.55.49 PM.pngScreen Shot 2020-07-11 at 3.53.35 PM.png

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I don't see any raster elements in your logo. So when saving it as EPS or SVG, you don't need to care about resolution. Please do read the documentation about file formats.

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I guess that makes sense as the setting is at Document "Raster" Effects - odd that I was able to change that ppi in my EPS file but, at this point, I am just trying to make sure I have every format a client would need for a logo properly done and saved.....thanks for your help.

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Hi there,


Thanks for reaching out. I hope you found your answer.
We'd appreciate if you can mark the appropriate response correct. If you used any other method, you can share it with us. It'll help other users with similar concern.

Let us know if you have any other question, we'll be happy to help.


Regards,

Ashutosh

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Did not know I was supposed to do that but understood - thanks - I'm not quite experienced enough yet to even know when some answers are correct or 100% correct - I would hate to confuse people by marking something correct when it may not be but, if I am certain, I will try and remember this protocol.

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