Saving down an Illustrator file is one of my most common habits as a designer. Whether I’m making templates or creating a logo for a client, I always save my Illustrator files down to at least CS3, so anyone who has older software will still be able to open and edit the files I provide. Much like InDesign, if you save a file in a recent version, like CS6, someone working in CS4 wouldn’t be able to open that file. In this quick tip tutorial, I show how easy it is to save an Illustrator file down to an older version of Illustrator. Check out the wedding invitation pictured in the tutorial here.

 

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