How to export a JPG from Illustrator

Exporting JPG files from Illustrator is super easy, which is good considering that JPGs are one of the most common file formats today. Using the Export for Screens option, you can choose which artboards to export, and you can even specify multiple formats and sizes, in case you want multiple JPG sizes or a mix of PNGs and PDFs as well.

Here’s how to do it:

Method 1 – Export as:

  1. Open your Illustrator project file
  2. From the top menu, choose File > Export > Export as
  3. In the Export As pop-up window, choose the JPG file format from the Format drop-down menu, and select «Use artboards» to export the full size of the artboard.
  4. Click on the Export button

Method 2 – Export for screens

  1. Open your Illustrator project file
  2. In the top menu, select File > Export > Export for screens.
  3. In the Export for Screens pop-up window, choose the Workbenches tab on the left and check all the workbenches you want to export.
  4. In the right part of the window, choose your export location and select JPG under Formats.
  5. Specify Scale (export size)
  6. Click on Export Workbench
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