N/APosted on - 11/04/2011
While using Adobe Illustrator, if I try to make a circle using the Ellipse tool, the resulting shape is an ellipse.
If I change the W coordinate to 1.00 inch, the H coordinate automatically changes to 0.98 inches, and this happens with any other shape I try to create; this way I cannot create the perfect shapes I need.
Can anyone help me solve this issue, please?
How to create a free shape using ellipse tool in adobe illustrator?
Select the Ellipse tool. Click and hold the rectangle tool to see and choose the ellipse tool. (see the figure below).
Click where you want the top-left corner of the ellipse’s bounding box to be. Specify a width and height for the ellipse, and click OK.
To create a circle, hold down the Shift key while dragging, or if you are specifying dimensions, once you’ve entered a Width value you can click on the word Height to copy that value into the Height box.
For additional information regarding your question, please watch this video on using shape tools: http://helpx.adobe.com/support.html?id=vid0036.