I'm interested in the question.
Unfortunately I did not find the answer on the forums and on the Internet.
At the moment, my Adobe Illustrator does not work in my computer.
But I need to get a vector file from the Adobe Draw.
How can I do a vector file from Adode Draw if the desktop app Adobe Illustrator does not work?
Can it be done through the Creative Cloud?
svg or pdf or another file that opens in a vector?
Or is there another vector application for iPad in which I can save vector format from Adobe Draw?
I'm not sure I'm understanding, so I have a few questions:
Is the Send to Desktop function in Adobe Draw not working?
Or are you not using the Creative Cloud version of Illustrator?
Also, which version of Adobe Draw are you using? (It is possible to save drawings as PDFs from the iOS version of Draw but not the Android version.)
Please let me know so I can try to help.
I know of two options to get a vector file out of Draw, and both require a CC subscription. The first method is to send a file to Illustrator on your desktop. The second option is to save it to the Creative Cloud as a PDF.