Using workspaces


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Using workspaces

Over the course of a day of using Illustrator, you'll find yourself opening and closing panels, repositioning them, and at some point your screen may get messy. For example, maybe I will go ahead and expand this panel dock. Maybe I wanted to get a closer look at some of the layers, so I brought up the Layers panel on its own. By the way, you can just double-click on a tab over here to collapse that panel temporarily as well and then double- click to reveal it and maybe there are some other panels that you just don't use as often, so you went to the Window menu and for example, open up the Flattener Preview panel, which happens to be a pretty big panel to work with.

I will also open up the Align panel, maybe put that about over here, and before you know that your whole screen can be filled with panels. In fact when panels are floating, it's certainly possible to position one over the other so they're partially hidden or maybe even completely hidden. Sometimes you just want...

Using workspaces
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Using workspaces 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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