Using the Transform panel


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Using the Transform panel

When it comes to being precise inside of Illustrator nothing is more important than the Transform panel. I'm to go here to the Window menu. I'm going to choose Transform to open up the Transform panel. And let's take a few moments exploring the settings that exist within it. It's important to realize that the Transform panel at first glance may seem very simple. It simply maps out the X and Y values or the coordinates of where object sits on an Artboard and then likewise it also gives you the width and height values of your selection. But in reality, there is a lot of depth to the Transform panel. There are also many settings that may be buried in the flyout menu over here that we'll get to in a moment. So to get started here, let's start working with a regular plain rectangle.

I'm going to simply use my Rectangle tool to draw out a rectangle. It can be any size. And I have it filled right now with a yellow fill and have it set to a 10 point black stroke. Now...

Using the Transform panel
Video duration: 12m 37s 9h 42m Intermediate

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Using the Transform panel 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
Software:
Illustrator
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