Using the Transform Each function


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Using the Transform Each function

Illustrator's transformation functions are incredibly powerful, but at some point they seem to begin to break down. For example, I have in this particular document a whole bunch of objects. These are actually groups. This here is a single group that contains some text and some other elements inside of it, some of the shapes here, some drop shadows and I have several of these lined up over here. Now I know that I could actually set an origin point for rotation. For example, if I wanted to rotate these and now I wanted to rotate all of them about 45 degrees, so what I could do is I can basically select them all and I could double-click on my Rotate tool and specify a value of 45 degrees. And I click on the Preview button because you are going to see what's going to happen here.

All of them are going to rotate around the single origin point. However, what I really want to have is I want each object to rotate along their own origin point. I want them to all basically remain in pla...

Using the Transform Each function
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Using the Transform Each function provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator CS4 Beyond the Basics

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Design
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Illustrator
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