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Layers are inherently different in Photoshop and Illustrator. Everything in Photoshop is a layer, but Illustrator's Layers panel is actually layers and objects. Everything is created on one layer by default but you can still open that layer and see each object as it's own "layer". If you do want everything on it's own layer (although you probably don't need ...


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Try to "Hide Artboards". Your artboards won't disappear but you won't be disturbed by their edges and the background will be white. It's in the "View" menu between "Hide Edges" and "Show Print Tiling".



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