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Apr 20, 2020

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Hello, I wish I couldn't get off the boards in this part of the screen with the brush, is that possible?

I leave you a screenshot: https://gyazo.com/9a07547b3e3a03cf5d7a77fd715b523c

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Help with drawing board

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Hello, I wish I couldn't get off the boards in this part of the screen with the brush, is that possible?

I leave you a screenshot: https://gyazo.com/9a07547b3e3a03cf5d7a77fd715b523c

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No, short answer

A. You can draw inside or outside of a board, but when you export to a raster (pixels) only the artwork inside the artboard is saved or kept.

B. Saving as .ai keeps everything but saving as PDF  just saves what's inside each artboard.

Thus you can even change the Artboard dimensions with the Artboard Tool to leave more or less parts close to the margins outside.

C. Wishing to save as an .ai, Illustrator file?  If you only have an Artboard, select Make Clipping Mask from the side menu of the Layers panel.

You can do it that manually too. (With nothing selected) Draw a rectangle that includes all you want to display. Select All (Edit menu) and Clipping Mask Make ()bject menu).

Everything outside that rectangle path gets hidden.

 

 

 

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