Welcome to our Illustrator in 60 Seconds series, in which you can learn an Illustrator skill, feature, or technique in just a minute!
Illustrator in 60 Seconds: The Artboards Panel
Ever wondered how you can display and edit all your project's assets in the same document? Well if that's the case, go through this little video which will show you how you can better manage your workflow using only one ai. file, and the Artboards panel.
How to Use Adobe Illustrator's Artboard Panel
To create a new Artboard, open up the panel and then click on the New Artboard icon.
We can Rename each artboard by simply Double-clicking on a default allocated name and then giving it a new one.
If we need to remove one of the artboards, we'll simply select it from the panel and then click on the Delete Artboard icon which will remove the canvas, but not the assets themselves.
There are a couple of other things that you can adjust such as the Width, Height, Orientation, and Position of the artboards by clicking on the Artboard icon which will bring up a window where you can make your adjustments.
Want to see this in action? Check out the quick video above to see this lesson at work!
A Bit More Detail
Want to learn more about Adobe Illustrator's vast tools and settings? Check out these tutorials below:
- RoundupsThe A to Z of Adobe IllustratorMary Winkler
- Font DesignHow to Create a Font in Adobe IllustratorMary Winkler
- Icon DesignHow to Scale Icons Correctly in Adobe IllustratorAndrei Stefan
- Adobe IllustratorHow to Create Pixel-Perfect Artwork Using Adobe IllustratorAndrei Stefan
This is part of a new series of quick video tutorials on Envato Tuts+. We're aiming to introduce a range of subjects, all in 60 seconds—just enough to whet your appetite. Let us know in the comments what you thought of this video and what else you'd like to see explained in 60 seconds!
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