An elaborated article about the grid tool in Illustrator:
When working with Illustrator, it can be helpful to use a grid to help with layout and composition. The grid can be a great tool for ensuring that your drawings are accurate and organized.
In this article, we’ll take a look at how to use the grid tool in Illustrator and some tips for working with it.
The grid tool is located in the toolbar of the Illustrator window. When you first open the grid tool, it will be active and you’ll see a grid displayed on the artboard.
You can move the grid around by using the arrow keys on your keyboard. To change the size of the grid, use the zoom buttons in the lower-left corner of the grid.
When you’re finished using the grid, you can hide it by selecting the Hide Grid command from the toolbar. You can also change the grid type by selecting the Grid Type command from the toolbar. The available grid types are:
You can also change the grid resolution using the Resolution command from the toolbar. The available grid resolutions are:
The grid can be a helpful tool for arranging your artwork, and it’s great for getting accurate drawing. Be sure to experiment with the grid and see what works best for your artwork.