How to change size of artboard in illustrator

What is an Artboard? An artboard is a space on the screen where you can create and position objects. It’s like a canvas that your design sits within.

Artboard is a feature in Illustrator that allows you to view multiple artboards on the same canvas. This might not seem useful at first, but it can be helpful for creating different versions of your work or designing multi-page documents.

It’s easy to navigate between the artboards using keyboard shortcuts and also available as an option in the View menu.

How to change size of artboard in illustrator

Did you know that there are different ways to change the size of your artboard in Adobe Illustrator? In this blog post, I will show you three methods for changing the size of your artboard.

You can use these techniques whether you’re on a Mac or PC and whether you have a tablet or not. Some people think that if they don’t have a Wacom tablet, then they can’t do anything with Illustrator but that is just completely false!

All Illustrators come equipped with some very easy tools to help anyone work their magic. So let’s get started!

1 ) The first thing you want to do is select the artboard that you want to resize.

select the artboard

 

2 ) You will then go into the Object menu and select Artboards, then Size.

Click “Artboards”

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3. 1 ) Next, click on one of the squares in the grid next to Width or Height and type in your desired size.

click on one of the squares in the grid next to Width or Height and type in your desired size.

3. 2 ) Pull up and drag-drop

Pull up and drag-drop

Conclusion

I hope this blog has helped you understand how to change the size of your artboard in Adobe Illustrator. If not, don’t worry – we have a video tutorial on changing the size of an artboard that is coming soon! Please leave us any feedback or questions you might have so that we can improve our content for future readers. As always, thank you for reading and happy designing!

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