For all your pre-set Keyboard Shortcuts:
- Go to Edit - Keyboard Shortcuts
- Shift-O opens artboard mode which allows you to drag and re-size artboards.
- Hold Shift when dragging a corner to re-size proportionately.
- Esc returns you to standard editing mode and the last Tool you were using. (On a Mac, I’ve found that switching to any Tool using a keyboard shortcut gets you out of artboard mode.)
Changing screen modes:
- Tab gets rid of menus and toolbar.
- F changes screen modes (when in doubt, press Esc).
hover on the sides to get your toolbars to show up when in Full Screen Mode.
- Command-W (⌘W) - closes a single open document.
- Option-Command-W (⌥ ⌘W ) - closes a all open documents.
Fit Artboard In Window:
Fit All Artboards In Window:
Moving your image:
- Use your Arrow Keys.
- Shift + Arrow Key is ten times (10x) whatever you set in Preferences.
- Press H and then click-hold-drag.
- Hold down the spacebar and then click-hold-drag to move your image around with the little hand that grabs the image.
Re-size Artboards Proportionately:
- Hold Shift when dragging a corner.
Scroll wheel on Mac:
- Use scroll wheel moving for up and down in an image.
- Hold Command (⌘) while scrolling for moving back and forth.
- Hold Option (⌥) while scrolling to zoom in and out.
Viewing Multiple Image Tabs:
- Command-Tilde (⌘~)
- Or, go to Window - at the very bottom is a list of all the image documents you have open (pick the one you want to view).
- Z - Zoom-In Tool
- Option-Z (⌥Z) - Zoom-Out Tool
- Command-Plus (⌘+) - to zoom in
- Command-Minus (⌘-) - to zoom out
- Hold down Command-Spacebar to access the Zoom-In Tool and then, while still holding them down, click and zoom in - or - click and draw a marquis around where you want to zoom in and then release Command-Spacebar.
- Hold down Option-Command-Spacebar to access the Zoom-Out Tool and then, while still holding them down, click to zoom out.
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