If you’ve ever found yourself saying “Why won’t my image fit in this #%&@ Canva frame?!” and searching YouTube and Google for answers, then I’ve got you covered in today’s quick tutorial. No more struggling with an image that keeps getting its edges cut off in a frame.

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Let’s say you’ve created a Canva design that you intend to save as a PDF, maybe something like a guide or workbook that you’ve created as a lead magnet to grow your email list. But you’re finding that when you download it, it’s saving as individual page images instead of the PDF that you want.

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One of my most popular Canva tip videos is a quick tutorial that shows you how to copy pages from one design into another, in order to combine designs. But what if you want to do the opposite and *split* a design into separate pages?

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You create a gorgeous design in Canva and then you go to share it on social media or download it for an email newsletter, or as a feature image for your website. But when you go to post the image, it looks blurry, even though the original design looked crystal clear while you were working on it inside of Canva’s design editor. It’s a concern I hear with reasonable frequency, so I want you to have a quick action plan at your finger tips to solve the problem.

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