Copying and pasting into Photoshop


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Copying and pasting into Photoshop

I am back in Illustrator, looking at the contents of the Big artboard.ai file found inside the 21_photoshop folder and in this exercise, we are going to turn off that rear items layer there in the layers panel. We are going to turn on the knot layer and we are going to go ahead and select this knot, copy it and then paste it into Photoshop and that will provide us with a world of additional creative options. So here's what I'd like you to do if you are working along with me. Go up to the View menu, choose Guides and choose Lock Guides to turn the command off. So we want the command off so that we can select that little guide that target guide in the center there.

Then I want you to press Ctrl+A, or Command+A on the Mac, to select every visible object inside of this illustration, assuming, of course, that you turned off the rear items layer and you turned on the knot layer. Then go up to the Edit menu and choose the Copy command. Now, at this point, it's probably useful to re...

Copying and pasting into Photoshop
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Copying and pasting into Photoshop provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Illustrator CS5 One-on-One: Advanced

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