Choose Window > Workspace > New Workspace… and enter a name. Tools and panels are saved as they now appear in the workspace. You can switch among workspaces anytime. As you rearrange tools and panels while you work, Illustrator remembers the changes and saves them to the active workspace.
How do I manage my workspace in Illustrator?
Choose Window > Workspace > Manage Workspaces. Do any of the following, and then click OK: To rename a workspace, select it, and edit the text. To duplicate a workspace, select it, and click the New button.
How do you select and move in Illustrator?
Select one or more objects. Choose Object > Transform > Move. Note: When an object is selected, you can also double-click the Selection, Direct Selection, or Group Selection tool to open the Move dialog box.
How do you get to the control panel in Illustrator?
To hide or show all panels, including the toolbar and Control panel, press Tab. To hide or show all panels except the toolbar and Control panel, press Shift+Tab. Tip: You can temporarily display hidden panels if Auto-Show Hidden Panels is selected in Interface preferences. It’s always on in Illustrator.
How do I save a custom workspace in Illustrator?
Saving Your Workspace Changes
Now that the panels and tools are arranged to your liking, it’s time to save your workspace. Choose Window > Workspace > New Workspace… and enter a name. Tools and panels are saved as they now appear in the workspace.
How do you move freely in Illustrator?
Select one or more objects. Choose Object > Transform > Transform Each. Set the distance you want to move the selected objects in the Move section of the dialog box.
How do you move an object in a small increment in Illustrator?
In Illustrator, using the arrow keys on your keyboard (up, down, left, right) to move your objects in small increments is called “nudging”. The default increment amount is 1pt (. 0139 inches), but you can choose a value more relevant to your task at hand.
How do you move multiple objects in Illustrator?
Click on the “Selection” tool in the Adobe Illustrator toolbox. Click on the first object you want to move. Hold down the “Shift” key and click on additional objects to add them to your selection.
How do I get my toolbar back on Illustrator?
If all of your Illustrator Toolbars are missing, most likely you bumped your “tab” key. To get them back, just hit the tab key again and presto they should appear.