Remove fuzziness

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Jun 25, 2021 Jun 25, 2021

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How do i remove the fuzziness around the edges of this old calligraphic design?

 

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 25, 2021 Jun 25, 2021
Apply Gaussian blur to soften the outline.  I used a value of three Then use Levels to harden and crisp up the outline. It's not going to be a really decent quality unless you make it again with the Pen tool.

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With your image selected click on the + sign at the bottom of the libraries panel. Then choose Create from Image. In the dialogue choose shapes and turn on Smooth on Save - then click on Save to CC libraries You now have a smoothed shape in your library that you can use in your document Dave

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I was given an MS Word document to typeset in InDesign. These designs were in the word doc as an image.

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How did you get it out of Word, and do you know how it was put in? Does it look the same in Word? When you right-click the image in Word, has it been scaled?

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It looks the same in word.

I right clicked on the image in Word and the selected 'save as picture' and saved it as PNG.

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Apply Gaussian blur to soften the outline.  I used a value of three

Then use Levels to harden and crisp up the outline.

It's not going to be a really decent quality unless you make it again with the Pen tool.

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Thank you

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With your image selected click on the + sign at the bottom of the libraries panel. Then choose Create from Image.

 

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In the dialogue choose shapes and turn on Smooth on Save - then click on Save to CC libraries

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You now have a smoothed shape in your library that you can use in your document

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Dave

 

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