Useful Shortcut Keys Of Adobe Illustrator

Adobe Illustrator or Illustrator is a vector graphics editing program published by Adobe. It is useful for designing logosclip art, blueprints, and other precise, resolution-independent illustrations. Illustrator was first released in 1987 for the Apple Macintosh; today it also runs on Microsoft Windows. The current version is Illustrator CC.

How Adobe Illustrator is Used

Adobe Illustrator is used to creating a variety of digital and printed images, including cartoons, charts, diagrams, graphs, logos, and illustrations. Illustrator allows a user to import a photograph and use it as a guide to trace an object in the photograph. This can be used to re-color or create a sketch-like appearance of a photograph. Illustrator also makes it possible to manipulate text in many ways, making Illustrator a useful tool for creating postcards, posters, and other visual designs that use text and images together. Illustrator’s ability to place text around a curve is especially useful for artists creating logos. Illustrator is also used in designing mock-ups which show what the website will look like when it’s completed, and creating icons used within apps or websites.

Shortcut Keys Of Adobe Illustrator

If you liked my previous article, you’ll probably find this post useful. Here are some useful shortcuts of Adobe Illustrator …

  1. zoom in alt + mouse up
  2. zoom out alt + mouse down
  3. mover artboard space
  4. copy something alt + draug
  5. on place copy… ctrl + c and ctrl + f
  6. ctrl + c and ctrl + v (past will random area)
  7. increase font size ctrl+shift+> (2pt)
  8. increase font size ctrl+alt+shift+> (10pt)
  9. decrease font size ctrl+shift+< (2pt)
  10. increase font size ctrl+alt+shift+< (10pt)
  11. line height (leading) increase alt+down arrow
  12. line height (leading) decrease alt+down arrow
  13. increse space between character ctrl + alt + >
  14. decrease space between character ctrl + alt + >
  15. super script alt + shift + up arrow
  16. sub script alt + shift + down arrow
  17. paragraph align-center ctrl+shift+c
  18. paragraph align-right ctrl+shift+r
  19. paragraph align-left ctrl+shift+left
  20. paragraph align-j ctrl+shiftj
  21. change font style ctrl+alt+shift+f then ctrl+arrow down or ctrl+arrow up

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