Making selections and editing stacking order


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Making selections and editing stacking order

Let's take a look at some other ways that we can use the Layers panel to help us get around and work within our documents. Now remember, all these things that we're discussing here really don't require us to have any layers at all inside of our documents; every document that we create inside of Illustrator always has at least one layer already set inside of it. But all the techniques that we're talking about here really apply to almost any document, because we're dealing more with objects than we are with layers at this point. Now, as we've already learned anything, that has a white background inside the Layers panel is an object or group, and only the ones that have gray shaded backgrounds are actual layers themselves.

This is helpful to note, because we have the concept of something called sublayers inside of Illustrator as well, meaning we can have a layer within other layers. For example, I can take the entire Roads and Tracks layers, simply click on that and dr...

Making selections and editing stacking order
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Making selections and editing stacking order provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator Insider Training: Rethinking the Essentials

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Design
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