Is there any possibility of finding the document size after cropping.
I found out that saving the file for web will show the size of the file.
Is there any other alternative
On the bottom left of your screen practically on the window after you save there's a few little boxes one typically says 100%. Next to it on the right or left depending on version after you save it shows you the byte size of your file, or if your in a version that doesn't have it, you can tap down the byte size of free space available before you save, and then subtract after you save.
Or you can just look at file details in windows.
If your looking for the conversion between inches and pixels. I believe for Illustrator exports 115 pixels = 1"
Window>Document Info>Document tells you the Artboard size (that would be the crop size in the newest versions); in older versions, you may Object>Crop Area/Marks>Release to see the W and H of the crop size, and Object>Crop Area/Marks>Make, or just Ctrl/Cmd+Z, to restore it.
Irrelevant information that you know: The Transform and Info palettes/panels show the (Bounding Box) size of the selected object(s) as W and H.
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