In this tutorial I’ll be demonstrating how to export a PSD (or Photoshop file) from Adobe Illustrator while preserving layers. And if your Illustrator file doesn’t currently have layers then I’ll be showing you how to quickly place each individual object onto its own layer.

This is something I’ve found to be particularly useful when designing logos. Logos are typically designed in vector format using vector software like Illustrator, but sometimes a client will request a layered Photoshop file for their logo. This tutorial will show you how to do just that.

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16 thoughts on “How To Export a PSD with Layers from Illustrator

  1. okay, I tried this, but it's not working, so I tried to ungroup everything and try it again. aand it worked perfectly.

  2. it didn't work at all… I even tried switching to Ps cc. I was using elements 2020. It doesn't bring in layers at all

  3. Its not working for me. 🙁 I have tried multiple times, even after converting to .psd file, it still has a single layer and no groups of layers at all. Please help.

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