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If the move is symmetrical. Select both points Menu > Object > Transform > Scale Check the preview box in the bottom of the new window and adjust from there. You could also use guidelines, the grid Ctl or Cmd (') or simply using the arrow keys.
Oh, there are so many ways to attack this, I hardly know where to start. However, I think that because you are going to make a logo, you want a stylised circuit board, and an actual photo will just make it muddy. You need to decide the general idea of your logo first, scribble some sketches, find some ideas, and preferably show us. A "real" circuit board ...
Place the scanned image into Illustrator. Navigate to Window - Image Trace. This will open a new window with a few different options for tracing in Illustrator. Select your image and in the new window check the preview button in the lower left corner. I would recommend adjusting some of the options (advanced dropdown) in the new window to get the desired ...
This is more of a comment and a wild guess, but since I needed to add pictures, here it is. Did you check if you have "Align to pixel grid" turned on? It might be if you created an RGB document, since it is part of the default options for RGB documents. To check, select a shape and open the Transform panel (Shift+F8). Check if "Align to pixel grid" is ...
Try This, Keep the Shape on top and the outlined text on back of the shape, Select Both Shape and text Go to Illustrator Menu > Object > Envelope Distort > Make with top Object You will get the result like text blends and fits in to the shape you asked to distort
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