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You can use the File > Place command to place artwork into a new layer in an image.
In Photoshop you can place PDF Adobe Illustrator and EPS ﬁles in ImageReady you can place ﬁles in any supported format with the exception of Photoshop (PSD) ﬁles containing CMYK images.
When you place a PDF Adobe Illustrator or EPS ﬁle it is rasterized you cannot edit text or vector data in placed artwork Keep in mind that artwork is rasterized at the resolution of the ﬁle into which it is placed.
To place a PDF Adobe Illustrator or EPS ﬁle (Photoshop):
Open the Photoshop image into which you want to place the artwork.
Choose File > Place select the ﬁle you want to place and click Place.
If you are placing a PDF ﬁle that contains multiple pages select the page you want to place in the provided dialog box and click OK.
The placed artwork appears inside a bounding box at the center of the Photoshop image. The artwork maintains its original aspect ratio however if the artwork is larger than the Photoshop image it is resized to ﬁt.
If desired reposition the placed artwork by doing one or more of the following:
Position the pointer inside the bounding box of the placed artwork and drag.
In the options bar enter a value for X to specify the distance between the center point of the placed artwork and the left edge of the image Enter a value for Y to specify the distance between the center point of the placed artwork and the top edge of the image.
To adjust the center point of the placed artwork drag the center point to a new location or click a handle on the center point icon in the options bar.
If desired scale the placed artwork by doing one or more of the following:
Drag one of the handles at the corners or sides of the bounding box Hold down Shift as you drag a corner handle to constrain the proportions.
In the options bar enter values for W and H to specify the width and height of the artwork By default these options represent scale as a percentage however you can enter another unit of measurement. To constrain the proportions of the artwork click the Constrain Proportions icon the option is on when the icon has a white background.
If desired rotate the placed artwork by doing one or more of the following:
Position the pointer outside the bounding box of the placed artwork (the pointer turns into a curved arrow) and drag.
In the options bar enter a value (in degrees) for the Rotation option .
The artwork rotates around the center point of the placed artwork. To adjust the center point drag it to a new location or click a handle on the Center Point icon in the options bar.
If desired skew the placed artwork by holding down Ctrl ( Windows) or Command
(Mac OS) and dragging a side handle of the bounding box.
Set the Anti-alias option in the options bar as desired. To blend edge pixels during rasterization select the Anti-alias option. To produce a hard-edged transition between edge pixels during rasterization deselect the Anti-alias option.
To commit the placed artwork to a new layer do one of the following:
Click the OK button in the options bar.
Press Enter or Return.
To cancel the placement click the Cancel button in the options bar or press Esc.
To place a ﬁle (ImageReady):
Open the ImageReady image into which you want to place the ﬁle.
Choose File > Place select the ﬁle you want to place and click Open.
Select offset options:
From the Horizontal pop-up menu choose an option for placing the ﬁle horizontally with respect to the image In the Pixels text box enter the number of pixels to offset the placed image horizontally.
From the Vertical pop-up menu choose an option for placing the ﬁle vertically with respect to the image In the Pixels text box enter the number of pixels to offset the placed image vertically.
Note: To enter a negative number (and offset the placed ﬁle to the left or below the image), type a hyphen (-) before the number.
If you are placing a PDF ﬁle that contains multiple pages select the page you want to place and click OK.
If you are placing a PDF or EPS ﬁle select Rasterize options and click OK:
Enter Width and Height values for Image Size.
Select Anti-aliased to minimize the jagged appearance of the artwork s edges as it is rasterized.
Select Constrain Proportions to maintain the same height-to-width ratio.
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