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1: Describe two ways to change your view of a document.
A1: You can select commands from the View menu to zoom in or out of a document, or fit it to your screen; you can also use the zoom tools in the toolbox, and click or drag over a document to enlarge or reduce the view. In addition, you can use keyboard shortcuts to magnify or reduce the display of artwork. You can also use the Navigator palette to scroll artwork or change its magnification without using the document window.
2: How do you select tools in Illustrator?
A2: To select a tool, you can either click the tool in the toolbox or press the tool's keyboard shortcut. For example, you can press V to select the selection tool from the keyboard. Selected tools remain active until you click a different tool.
3: Describe three ways to change the palette display.
A3: You can click a palette's tab or choose Window > Show Palette Name to make the palette appear. You can drag a palette's tab to separate the palette from its group and create a new group, or drag the palette into another group. You can drag a palette group's title bar to move the entire group. Double-click a palette's tab to cycle through a palette's various sizes. You can also press Shift+Tab to hide or display all palettes.
4: Describe two ways to get more information about the Illustrator program.
A4: Adobe Illustrator contains online Help, with all the information in the Adobe Illustrator 9.0 User Guide, plus keyboard shortcuts and some additional information and full-color illustrations. Illustrator also has context-sensitive help abouttools and commands, and online services, including a link to the Adobe Systems Web site, for additional information on services, products, and Illustrator tips.


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