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specifying width size & maintaining aspect ratio

specifying width size & maintaining aspect ratio

specifying width size & maintaining aspect ratio

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Does anybody know how I can resize an object in Illustrator by specifying the width (specified as an absolute value in  mm or px NOT percentage)and have the object maintain its aspect ratio.

Thanks

RE: specifying width size & maintaining aspect ratio

Type in the width followed by command+enter.

RE: specifying width size & maintaining aspect ratio

Hehe, you answered this before blue but I gotta give you another star because of how long it eluded me.

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RE: specifying width size & maintaining aspect ratio

Wasn't me last time -- couldn't find the original post though... oh well, aren't we all recycling knowledge here! Thanks anyway!

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