How to save text in Photoshop and open it in Illustrator without pixellation


Question

I want to do silkscreen printing. I have done all the labels with Photoshop and saved as PDF. But, my printer said it is very blurry.

I need to use Illustrator. So, if I have already done my label with Photoshop, how can I export my file to illustrator and make all my texts unpixalated?

Should I type everything in Illustrator instead? How can I send to Photoshop with vector base (not bitmap)?

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4/23/2015 9:35:00 PM

Yes, you can convert your Photoshop text layers to Illustrator (vectors).

Simply save your Photoshop file with the text layers in .psd, and open it in Illustrator.

You can see the how-to guide on this url on Stack Exchange.

Once you're done, you can simply reasave your new file into PDF or EPS or AI.

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4/13/2017 12:46:00 PM

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