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Design Area

The design area is the white area inside the software's screen. It has a border that serves as a guide and represents the size of your substrate. The size of the design area does not limit the size of your design or where the design is placed on your media during output.

Margins can be placed inside the design area. Those margins are used to distribute and align objects inside the design area. You can change the size and the color of the drawing area and show or hide the borders. (See DesignCentral - Document Tab for more information on how to set up your document properties.)

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Getting Started



Tool Tips

SAi Cloud Window

SAi Cloud Mobile Application

Swatch Table

Ruler and Grid


Status Bar

Changing the View

Using Navigator View

Showing Objects' Fill

Previewing Bitmaps

Showing Preview

Linked and Embedded Files

Redrawing the Design Area

Previewing Objects in CMYK

Filtering Objects by Color

Tracking your Steps

Using Workspaces

Entering Numerical Values

Setting Preferences

Windows and Macintosh User Interface Features

Getting Help

Exiting the Software