How to select multiple objects in illustrator

If you’re like me, then selecting one object at a time in illustrator is enough to drive you crazy. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had to resize and position an entire group of objects just so that I could select the one on the bottom.

If this sounds familiar, read on for some quick tips and tricks!

1 ) Open your illustrator and Create Something objectsOpen your illustrator and Create Something objects

2 ) Which will select objects, By pressing the Shift key, select one by oneWhich will select objects, By pressing the Shift key, Select one by one

3 ) Change this colorChange this color

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Which Key Will you press while selecting multiple objects?

The key to making a great graphic design is learning which tools you need and how to use them. In today’s blog post, we’ll be going over the steps for selecting multiple objects in Illustrator.

Selecting more than one object can be tricky because you have to hold down the Shift key as well as click on each object that you want selected. If there are some objects that you don’t want selected, then make sure not to press the Shift Key when clicking those objects.

This will help keep your work area from being cluttered with unwanted items from your original selection!

What is grouping of drawing objects?

The beauty of grouping objects together is that you can work on one and not worry about the others! Grouping is a way to keep your artwork organized by assigning those different groups with different colors.

This will make it easier for you to find what you need without having too many colors clashing together on your screen.

You can also choose whether or not individual objects within a group should be able to move independently, as well as if they should merge into the main object once grouped.


Hopefully, these tips and tricks will make your illustrator’s life easier! If you have any other suggestions to add (or if you’re interested in learning more about our services) please contact us. We would be happy to help with all of your design needs.

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