To lock objects, click the edit column button (to the right of the eye icon) in the Layers panel for the object or layer you want to lock. Drag across multiple edit column buttons to lock multiple items. Alternatively, select the objects you want to lock, and then choose Object > Lock > Selection.
How do I use alpha in Illustrator?
Change the opacity of artwork
Select an object or group (or target a layer in the Layers panel). To change the opacity of a fill or stroke, select the object, and then select the fill or stroke in the Appearance panel. Set the Opacity option in the Transparency panel or Control panel.
Where is Transparency in Illustrator?
With content selected, click the Opacity option in the Properties panel on the right to open the Transparency panel.
How do you know if a layer is locked in Illustrator?
Hold down Shift+Alt (Windows) or Shift+Option (Mac OS) and choose Object > Unlock All. If you locked all layers, choose Unlock All Layers from the Layers panel menu to unlock them.
How do I lock a layer in Illustrator 2020?
To lock all layers other than the layer that contains a selected item or group, choose Object > Lock > Other Layers or choose Lock Others from the Layers panel menu. To lock all the layers, select all the layers in the Layers panel, and then choose Lock All Layers from the panel menu.
How do you knock out white in Illustrator?
To make your clipping mask, select both your object and the image and navigate to Object > Clipping Mask > Make. This will effectively remove the white background from your image. You can even move the image off of the artboard to see the gray background of Illustrator showing through.
What does Ctrl H do in Illustrator?
|Release guide||Ctrl + Shift-double-click guide||Command + Shift-double-click guide|
|Show document template||Ctrl + H||Command + H|
|Show/Hide artboards||Ctrl + Shift + H||Command + Shift + H|
|Show/Hide artboard rulers||Ctrl + R||Command + Option + R|
Where is the control panel in Illustrator?
By default, the Control panel is docked at the top of the workspace. Options displayed in the Control panel vary depending on the type of object or tool you select.