To add a vector mask that shows or hides the entire layer
In the Layers palette, select the layer to which you want to add a vector mask.
Do one of the following:
To create a vector mask that reveals the entire layer, choose Layer > Vector Mask > Reveal All.
To create a vector mask that hides the entire layer, choose Layer > Vector Mask > Hide All.To print vector data
If an image includes vector graphics, such as shapes and type, Photoshop can send the vector data to a PostScript printer. When you choose to include vector data, Photoshop sends the printer a separate image for each type layer and each vector shape layer. These additional images are printed on top of the base image, and clipped using their vector outline. Consequently, the edges of vector graphics print at the printer’s full resolution, even though the content of each layer is limited to the resolution of your image file.
Choose File > Print With Preview.
Make sure that More Options is selected (if it is, Fewer Options is displayed), and choose Output from the pop‑up menu.
Select the Include Vector Data option. If necessary, you can select an encoding algorithm (ASCII, ASCII85, Binary, or JPEG) from the Encoding pop‑up menu. This allows you to choose the way the data is saved and how much disk space it requires. If Include Vector Data is dimmed, your image doesn’t contain vector data.
Note: If you get a warning that your image is larger than the paper’s printable area, click Cancel, choose File > Print With Preview, and select the Scale To Fit Media box. Click Page Setup to make any changes to your paper size and layout, and attempt to print the file again.
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