This new option allows users to change the corners of an object by first selecting it with the direct selection tool and then using Illustrator’s new corner options. Tool settings include radius, corner type, and rounding. It is also possible to just select and adjust one corner.
Adobe certified instructor Jeff Witchel shows what the power of Touch Type Tool can do. In this quick-tip video, Jeff will show you how the Touch Type Tool can manipulate the individual characters in type as if they were separate objects.
Adobe certified instructor Jeff Witchel shows you how to sync your settings to the Cloud so you can have your personal settings on any computer that has Adobe Illustrator. Jeff shows you how the Cloud can sync your Preferences, Presets, Swatches, Brushes and more.
With the Creative Cloud, Adobe has added the package feature to Illustrator. Now, Illustrator can export all of your images and fonts used in your design into a folder that can be sent to your printer. It makes transferring a project that much easier.
Users coming from InDesign will see much different behavior when using text wraps in Illustrator. Jeff Witchel goes through the options in Illustrator, including how to create a wrap, what the invert wrap option does, and how important stacking order is when working with wraps.