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you can eyeball it fairly accurately... make a guide line along the long side of the purple rectangle's center (it might be easier to do it while it is horizontal) group the guide line and the purple rectangle select the purple rectangle group with the Selection Tool (V) grab the Group Selection Tool (white arrow with the plus sign), click and Drag on ...


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Grab the Rotate tool. With the purple selected, click once at the center guides, then click-drag at the top corner of the purple rectangle to rotate it down to align with the rectangle. Illustrator doesn't really offer any ability to "pivot" an object on a specified axis other than this. There's no internal way to "snap" to more than one point. ... and to ...


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Yes, his computer will substitute a font for Helvetica when he views your file. You can avoid this problem by doing one of the following: have your friend install Helvetica change your font to one both of you share turn your Helvetica into outlines (select the text then press command-shift-o) before sharing the file If converting the text into outlines, ...


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Okay, you can probably script it to automate this even more but this should get you started in a fairly efficient way of doing it. First, find your phone numbers and replace them with one of the Android+iOS accepted formats. According to Tutsplus: 555-5555 (iPhone Only) (555) 555-5555 (Android + iPhone) +1 (555) 555-5555 (iPhone Only) 555 ...


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It's very simple. The trick is start from the right point: press down -> drag handle -> release mouse btn and then just one click on the left point. Here is what i get Because when using drag to create a point, when this point is a joint, it will be a smooth point by default (2 side control handles). Only when it's a starting point, it will has only ...


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You should use "conversion" trick of the pen tool - When you make a point and leave the mouse - just click again on that point and it will be converted to what you want : and after conversion -


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Let's say you have these 2 shapes: You select them and grab Live Paint Bucket tool: Next, you just choose the color and click on the area you want to paint: To get shape of filled colors you should use expand command.


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select both shapes and use live paint



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