Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Using enhanced guides, part of Illustrator CC 2013 New Features.
Whether you're a print designer, a web designer, a fashion designer, whatever …the case may be. Chances are, you use guides all the time. …I know I do. I use guides for every single project …that I work on. It's a great way of sectioning off …different pieces of your artwork and lining things up, and creating yourself …almost like a blueprint to follow. And in this latest update to Adobe …Illustrator, they've enhanced the guides even further. …So, let's take a look at that now. I'm going to create a brand new document. …It does not matter what the size is just as long as you have something open. …And then bring up your rulers with Cmd + r on the Mac, Ctrl + r on the PC.…
And let's take a look at the traditional work flow for guides. …If I wanted to drag out a horizontal guide for instance, I would just come to …the top of the ruler, click and drag. Down until I got a guide somewhere on …screen and then I would release my mouse. For the vertical guide I would go to the …left, click and drag. Place it where it needs to go. …
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- Placing multiple files at once
- Unembedding raster graphics
- Searching for fonts and swatches
- Loading images in brushes
- Working with Automated Corner Generation
- Using the updated Free Transform tool
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 01/16/2014. What changed?
A: When Creative Cloud applications are updated, we refresh our training to make sure it covers the latest features and interface changes from Adobe. This update covers Illustrator's redesigned Pencil tool, reshaping with the Pen tool, and Live Corners.