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Svg-file displayed bigger as the original. And how to erase white background?

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Hello all, When I place my logo on the master-page (#1), the result is #2.

While designing my logo in Illustrator, I've set my screen display view at 100%. So I expect, I'm designing at a real, actual size.

Three questions:

1) Why is the logo displayed a lot bigger?

2) And why do I see the white background (while the file is saved as svg)

3) With adding the cropping cut-marks, I expected to loose the white area outside the logo. But it's still there...

Allready thanks for the answers.

Kind regards from the Netherlands

#1

02-Muse.jpg

#2 - I've placed the logo (svg-file).

The thin, vertical strokes left and right, are the cropping cut-marks from Illustrator.

03-Muse.jpg

#3 - This has to be the final result, like I've designed it in Photoshop:

01-Final.jpg

It's possible; My question is more Illustrator-related. But with placing Ilustrator eps files in print-designs; I never had this problem.

Use the artboard tool in Illustrator to crop your page to the artwork area.

Transparent areas should remain transparent during output.

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Svg-file displayed bigger as the original. And how to erase white background?

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Mar 12, 2018

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Hello all, When I place my logo on the master-page (#1), the result is #2.

While designing my logo in Illustrator, I've set my screen display view at 100%. So I expect, I'm designing at a real, actual size.

Three questions:

1) Why is the logo displayed a lot bigger?

2) And why do I see the white background (while the file is saved as svg)

3) With adding the cropping cut-marks, I expected to loose the white area outside the logo. But it's still there...

Allready thanks for the answers.

Kind regards from the Netherlands

#1

02-Muse.jpg

#2 - I've placed the logo (svg-file).

The thin, vertical strokes left and right, are the cropping cut-marks from Illustrator.

03-Muse.jpg

#3 - This has to be the final result, like I've designed it in Photoshop:

01-Final.jpg

It's possible; My question is more Illustrator-related. But with placing Ilustrator eps files in print-designs; I never had this problem.

Use the artboard tool in Illustrator to crop your page to the artwork area.

Transparent areas should remain transparent during output.

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Use the artboard tool in Illustrator to crop your page to the artwork area.

Transparent areas should remain transparent during output.

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