Hi - I just got Illustrator CS3, after happily using CS2 for years.
I work "sloppy" - elements of my design hang out over the edges of the artboard,
and I push things out to the side in case I need them later.
This was never a problem in CS2. When I would save as a PDF to send to a client, all they would see
was the artboard (defined by page setup).
In CS3, the PDF I create (which takes 4 more steps than it used to.. grrr!)
shows the client everything in the document! Even if I throw a clipping mask on it
to make the extra stuff disappear, the white space is in the PDF.
I hate this!!
I found if I create a PDF through the print dialog, in the good old Apple OS way,
the cropping works as it should, but I have no options about saving with compression,
which means the files can be too big to email.
This is seriously messing with my workflow!!
Can someone tell me what I am missing here?
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post in the relevant forum for your product, which is probably one of
the subforums of http://forums.adobe.com/community/illustrator
I can't access the Forum, I get a "page not found" message
I just clicked the link and it works perfectly for me... WinXP with IE8
Thank you. I tried it again and it worked.
Maybe it was temporarily unavailable.
There was a down-period today, May 18, that I noticed from about 9:30AM to 11:00AM PDT (what's that, -8GMT?). You likely got your error in about that time frame. Glad that you found the page.