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How to position a rectangle over the artboard

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Jun 04, 2020

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Hello,

my rectangle has the same coordinates and same width and height as my artboard.

But my rectangle is still in another place than my artboard.

Why is that happen?

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Try setting your rulers to "Global Rulers". 
-With your rulers turned on, right-click (Control click on mac) in the upper left of the rulers (circled in red in the attached picture). 
-Then select "Change to Global Rulers" (highlighted in blue in the attached picture).
-You should now be able to set the coordinates of the rectangle to the same coordinates as the artboard. 

Global Rulers.jpg

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How to position a rectangle over the artboard

Explorer ,
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Hello,

my rectangle has the same coordinates and same width and height as my artboard.

But my rectangle is still in another place than my artboard.

Why is that happen?

See picture.

 

1.PNG

Try setting your rulers to "Global Rulers". 
-With your rulers turned on, right-click (Control click on mac) in the upper left of the rulers (circled in red in the attached picture). 
-Then select "Change to Global Rulers" (highlighted in blue in the attached picture).
-You should now be able to set the coordinates of the rectangle to the same coordinates as the artboard. 

Global Rulers.jpg

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Can you show these same coordinates?

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And if you move the rectangle on the artboard, does it still have the same coordinates?

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Try setting your rulers to "Global Rulers". 
-With your rulers turned on, right-click (Control click on mac) in the upper left of the rulers (circled in red in the attached picture). 
-Then select "Change to Global Rulers" (highlighted in blue in the attached picture).
-You should now be able to set the coordinates of the rectangle to the same coordinates as the artboard. 

Global Rulers.jpg

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