Cutting Graphics Into Equal-Sized Pieces in Adobe Illustrator

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Cutting graphics into equal-sized pieces is something you can do with just a few clicks of your mouse in Illustrator. Learn about cutting graphics into equal-sized pieces in Illustrator with help from a well versed web, graphic and illustrative designer in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Alex Cecilio. I'm a Graphic Artist. I'm going to show you how to split shapes equally into Illustrator. So, the first thing I'm going to do is select the rectangle tool and you can also push M as a shortcut. So, I'm going to or it doesn't have, it hasn't have to be the rectangle tool, it can be any tool you want. I'm using the rectangle tool to demonstrate. So, I'm going to draw a rectangle and make sure that it's selected. And you go to object and you go to paths and then you select split into grid and from here, you can choose how many rows and columns you want to split the shape into. So, I'm going to say three rows two columns. And then it gets split up into six different little rectangles. My name is Alex and this is splitting shapes in Illustrator. Thank you very much.


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