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HELP! Adobe Illustrator newbie

Discussion in 'Adobe Forum:' started by Bluetoolips, Feb 15, 2017.

  1. Bluetoolips

    Bluetoolips New Member

    Hi everyone,

    I know I sound very stupid in asking this but is there an easy way to match a vector object to align with a background vector path, rather than manually adjusting each image....I hope I make sense :S

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  2. scotty

    scotty Well-Known Member

    Think I know what you mean but excuse me if I got you wrong.
    To align say "Hendrix" to the path just make sure the object is grouped and select them both then click on the one you want to align to and a more solid path should appear around the selection.
    Then just hit the align preference you want.
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  3. Bluetoolips

    Bluetoolips New Member

    Thank you. I tried that but all it done was move hendrix to the edge of the bounding box, rather than the shape of the path. For example:

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  4. Bluetoolips

    Bluetoolips New Member

    I want to be able to move any object and match that object to fit the contour line of the background path. Rather than use envelope warp to adjust each object manually. Just looking for a quick way of doing it....oh god, reading this back makes sense to me but I can imagine it doesn't to anyone else haha
  5. GJBean

    GJBean New Member

    so let me get this straight, you want to align your text inside the back text outline while moving the white hendrix text?

    sorry just having trouble understanding what you want to achieve *laughs*

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