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Illustrator crispness when saving for the web

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I made a crisp illustrator logo only using Illustrator, and when I save for the web, it comes out fuzzy and pixilated. What am I doing wrong? Because my resolution is 300 and yet they're coming out crappy.

What do I need to do to save my images as crisp as they are in the program?

thanks!
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Dan Craciun earned 500 total points
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Go to Effects->Document Raster Effects and select 300ppi.

Or, even better, import the AI into PS and save for web as png-24
raster effects settingsHTH,
Dan
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The first (300) was already done. the second worked! thanks!
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