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Did You Know: One Text Block From Many

Text selection

Did you know you can combine separate Area text boxes and Point type objects by selecting all of them with the Selection tool, copying them, drawing a new Area text box and pasting? This might seem obvious or basic but it’s a really handy tip if you didn’t know about it. The text will flow into the box in the stacking order in which it had appeared. You also don’t have to worry about selecting other non-text elements because they won’t be pasted.

 

One Text Box From Many in Illustrator



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