Illustrator is a vector-based drawing application, which means that its content is made up of lines and curves instead of pixels. It also has a lot of keyboard shortcuts for you to use.
Keyboard shortcuts are a great way to save time by improving the efficiency of your work. You can organize your work without having to worry about remembering long sequences of keyboard combinations or using the mouse.
Some of the most common shortcuts are:
Ctrl + A = Select All
Ctrl + C = Copy
Ctrl + X = Cut
Shift + F4 = Close Document
Here is a list of some of the most common keyboard shortcuts for navigating in Illustrator:
Left arrow key: Moves the selection to the left
Right arrow key: Moves the selection to the right
Up arrow key: Moves the selection up one level
Down arrow key: Moves the selection down one level