Working with the Control panel


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Working with the Control panel

As is the case with most Adobe applications, Illustrator comes equipped with what I call a constant command center. By this I mean a centralized location that displays useful information and tools that are easily accessible by you, the user, at any given time. We call this command center the Control panel, and in this movie, I'll be exploring it in its entirety. So first of all, you have to know where the Control panel is. The Control panel is this strip that starts on the left and goes all the way over to the right.

In order to get a better understanding of the Control panel, I'm actually going bring it out so that you can see it. If you want to undock the Control panel, you take this little dashed line right here, click and drag out. As you can see, the Control panel becomes floating right out there in the middle. The Control panel is context-sensitive, meaning depending on what tool or object you have selected at any given time inside of Illustrator, the options that you see here ...

Working with the Control panel
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Working with the Control panel provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Justin Seeley as part of the Illustrator CS6 Essential Training

Subject:
Design
Software:
Illustrator
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