Simple Align

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hi all members, i don't know why adobe make simple things so difficult , now anybody know how to perfectly align with just using align command center horizontal , center vertical , the result is something you can see in picture. how to solve this ... ? need to align manually.............???????????

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Adobe Community Professional , May 11, 2021 May 11, 2021
In the latest version of Illustrator (25.2.3) you can do that pretty straightforwardly by enabling the glyph detection in the flyout menu of the Align palette. In older versions you would have to use a workaround that first applies an Outline effect to the type object and then aligns while the Use Preview Bounds option is turned on. I'd recommend to update to the latest Illustrator version, though.

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Which version of Illustrator are you using?

 

What are you exactly doing and what is going wrong?

 

What picture are you referring to?

 

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In the latest version of Illustrator (25.2.3) you can do that pretty straightforwardly by enabling the glyph detection in the flyout menu of the Align palette.

 

In older versions you would have to use a workaround that first applies an Outline effect to the type object and then aligns while the Use Preview Bounds option is turned on.

 

I'd recommend to update to the latest Illustrator version, though.

 

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ok thanks for your reply

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