Performing individual transforms across multiple objects


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Performing individual transforms across multiple objects

As we have been learning how to use the Transformation tools inside of Illustrator, we've become familiar with setting an origin point, which is the exact point that all these transforms begin from. However, there are many situations when using Illustrator, where a single origin point simply doesn't work for you. For example, take a look at all these icons that I have here at the bottom of my page. I am going to go ahead now and click and drag to select them all, each of them happens to be their own groups. So I have six different group selected right now and maybe I want to rotate all these icons 45 degrees.

However, watch what happens when I double -click on the Rotate tool and I specify an angle of 45 degrees. When I do so, it's as if all those objects are now one object, and I rotated all of them 45 degrees. Well, that's not really what I wanted. I want each of them on their own to rotate 45 degrees, so that they all remain inside of that nice background. Well, I am going...

Performing individual transforms across multiple objects
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Performing individual transforms across multiple objects provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator CS5 Essential Training

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Design
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Illustrator
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