Contains commands for modifying objects in your document.
Rotates the selected object(s).
Flips the selected object horizontally, or vertically.
Options for converting the selected object.
Changes the stacking order of a selected object.
Aligns selected objects with respect to one another.
Distributes three or more selected objects evenly along the horizontal axis or the vertical axis. You can also evenly distribute the spacing between objects.
Assigns a name to the selected object, so that you can quickly find the object in the Navigator.
Groups the selected objects, so that they can be moved as a single object.
Breaks apart the selected group into individual objects.
Opens the selected group, so that you can edit the individual objects. If the selected group contains nested group, you can repeat this command on the subgroups.
Exits the group, so that you can no longer edit the individual objects in the group.
Combines two or more selected objects into a single shape. Unlike grouping, a combined object takes on the properties of the lowermost object in the stacking order. You can split apart combined objects, but the original object properties are lost.
Splits a combined object into individual objects. The resulting objects have the same line and fill properties as the combined object.
Creates a shape from two or more selected objects.
Creates a line or Bézier curve by connecting two or more lines, Bézier curves, or other objects with a line. Closed objects containing a fill are converted to lines and lose their fill.
Breaks apart lines joined with the Connect command.