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Try Shift+o and play with it! You can move your artboards one at time or many of them at once. All you have to do is select them, the content will move too.
You can use the transform panel to move objects to a specific location. Also note that in the panel options you can change whether or not to use the Symbol's registration point. If you choose not to use the symbol's reference point, you can use the transform panel's reference point tool (the square to the left of the inputs - selecting one of the filled in ...
Depending upon the artwork, Symbols may be what you are seeking. If you create one Symbol, you can then place symbol instances (duplicates) as often as you want. Editing the Symbol will result in all referenced symbol instances being updated. To create a symbol, simply select your artwork and drag it to the Symbol Panel. To place instances, simply copy ...
You can't round an artboard. You could use a rounded rectangle, but you shouldn't. Corner rounding on the printed piece is handled after the piece is printed and when it is being folded and cut. Design with square edges and don't do anything to indicate rounded corners. Then tell the printer you want the corners rounded when they print it. (note, this may ...
Use Edit → Scale command to resize art boards.
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