Let’s learn how to get 300 DPI (Vector quality) Google Map to use on any scalable design. Adding a vector quality Google map in print design material is very important. Because no one wants to see a pixilated map on a good quality design kit.

In this post, I will guide you through how to get a vector quality PDF format 300 DPI Google Map.

Normally designer adds a google map to their design by taking a 72 DPI raster screenshot to use in their design. Which end up bringing an awful result. I also used to do the same before I find the right way to get vector quality google maps for print design.

In most of the marketing, kits like EDDM Postcards and flyers you might want to add Google map, which helps the reader to understand the business location.

See the difference between the normal screenshot vs high-quality print-ready Google Map. Now if you want to download a 300 DPI print-ready (vector quality) google map follow along.

Vector Google Map Download

How to Download Vector Quality 300 DPI Google Map using Google My Maps

First Go to Google My Map https://www.google.com/mymaps

Second Step: Click on ‘Create a new map’, ( for this you must have to log in to your Google account using your Gmail account)

Step2 to get print ready Google Map

Third Step: Search your location, once you find your location then adjust the map by Zoom in Zoom out.

Searching the location on google map to print

Fourth Step: Now click on the dotted bar on the left menu and you will see a print option on the drop-down menu. or you can simply use keyboard shortcut Control + P

300 DPI Google Map Download

Fifth Step: Select the required size. You can select any size including Letter, Legal, A3, A4, A5, B4, B5 etc)

Selecting google map Print size and format

Last step: Then click the print button to make the JPG or PDF Google images for print

Final step to locally save the print quality Google Map file in PDF or JPG