Artboards are containers that act like special layer groups. And layers placed within an artboard are grouped beneath the artboard in a layers panel and are clipped by the artboard boundaries on the canvas. You can have multiple design layouts within one document by using artboards.
What is the point of an artboard?
An artboard is a self-contained design area in which you can draw your design, much like a normal page. It acts as a container for on-artboard objects much like an object group. Each artboard can have its own unique ruler guides, column guides and grid setup.
How do you move Artboards in Photoshop?
To move the artboards within the same document or across documents:
- Select the Artboard tool and then drag and drop the artboards between two open documents.
- Change the X and Y values in the Properties panel or the Control panel.
What is the difference between an artboard and a canvas?
The Canvas can have zero, one or more Artboards placed on it. Imagine the canvas is a table and each artboard is a sheet of paper. You can organize the artboards on the canvas the same way as you can organize papers on the table.
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|
What is the difference between a layer and a group?
Technically there is very less difference between a Layer and a Group. They both create a parent object that may contain one or more child objects. Groups are used to bundle artwork that you want to keep together when scaling or moving. While Layers are normally used for managing visibility and stacking order.
How do I check my artboard size in Photoshop?
Choose Image→Canvas Size. The Canvas Size dialog box appears. The current size of your canvas appears at the top of the dialog box.
How do you move the canvas in Photoshop?
Change the canvas size
- Choose Image > Canvas Size.
- Do one of the following: Enter the dimensions for the canvas in the Width and Height boxes. …
- For Anchor, click a square to indicate where to position the existing image on the new canvas.
- Choose an option from the Canvas Extension Color menu: …
- Click OK.