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    How do I step down high resolution artwork generated with CoredDraw X6 to PDF and AI formats without affecting the original image resolution of the graphics

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      Unless your artwork includes raster elements, resolution is not applicable.
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      • #4
        going from Corel to Illustrator is not a step down. It is a translation. Saving out of Corel for Illustrator is one way. You cannot be absolutely positive that things like transparency and gradients will hold across the translation. Some things may be flattened. Or worse.

        If going to PDF from Corel, use the job options given to you by the printer, or discuss with the printer how they want the PDF saved.
        I have two outside print vendors who absolutely refuse Corel files in any format other than .tifs.

        If you have placed raster images, used transparency in any way, or used any raster based filters like drop shadows or glows, you may have flattening issues on saving/exporting to PDF.
        BTW, the same can be said for Illustrator. If in doubt, call the printer.

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