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Switching between tools

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Jul 10, 2020

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Working on a project where I have to use two tools, Direct Selection Tool(A) and Eyedropper Tool(I) alternatively and finding it quite difficult to switch between them as A nad I are far away on Keyboard. Is there any way you can easily switch to the last used tool?

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Select something with the Direct Selection tool. Grab the Eyedropper. Then hold down the Command key to get the white arrow again. Release the Cmd key to get the Eyedropper again.

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Switching between tools

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Working on a project where I have to use two tools, Direct Selection Tool(A) and Eyedropper Tool(I) alternatively and finding it quite difficult to switch between them as A nad I are far away on Keyboard. Is there any way you can easily switch to the last used tool?

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Correct answer by Kurt_Gold | Adobe Community Professional

Select something with the Direct Selection tool. Grab the Eyedropper. Then hold down the Command key to get the white arrow again. Release the Cmd key to get the Eyedropper again.

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Select something with the Direct Selection tool. Grab the Eyedropper. Then hold down the Command key to get the white arrow again. Release the Cmd key to get the Eyedropper again.

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