If you have ever worked with guides, or even any of the drawing or selection tools, you have probably encountered situations where the cursor is always “snapping’ to the edge of the document or to a guide line. This happens because the Snap To feature under the View menu is activated. It is a useful feature and it’s probably a good idea to leave it on, but you can temporarily disable it by pressing and holding down the Control key [PC:Ctrl]. This will allow for more control near those edges.


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