Object are hidden outside of the artboard

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As shown in the image, I have two artboards, and the objects are only visible on the left artboard. If I move the object outside of the left artboard or to another artboard, the object will be hidden. How do I make them visible?

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There is indeed a clipping mask in the file. It's a layer based mask, one that has been created using the mask button in the Layers panel.

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Its look like clipped mask.. or the text already inside an object.

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I just checked again and there is a rectangle "containing" all the objects, but it is not clip mask.

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if you dont mind, send me the file and i will check it.. 

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Here is the file  https://we.tl/t-GcexrN4Ec7 

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There is indeed a clipping mask in the file.

 

It's a layer based mask, one that has been created using the mask button in the Layers panel.

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100% clipped mask..

go to selection tool, select the object, right click and release clipping mask... the circles look also clipped inside the square.

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As Manal said, it must be a clipping mask. Try the menu in the Layers panel with that rectangle selected and see if you can select Release Clipping Mask.

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