Using the bounding box


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Using the bounding box

Illustrator offers a variety of different settings for the ways that different people work. In truth, there was a time when I used Illustrator where I felt that I had to get everything set in one way. And then I always work in that way. But I'm finding now that more and more as I work inside of Illustrator, I am turning these settings on and off because sometimes some methods work better than others. One example of this is something in Illustrator called the bounding box. I'm going to zoom in this artwork right here. And I'm going to focus on some of the elements here to see how this bounding box works, how it can help you, and when you might want to turn it off? First, let me explain what a bounding box is.

When I click on some artwork, for example I'm going to click on the logo here for hansel & petal, I'm using the black arrow or the Selection tool to this, you can see that the actual artwork is selected. The actual anchor points are highlighted in doing so. But there...

Using the bounding box
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Using the bounding box 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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