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Take typography to the next level with Illustrator on your iPad. Learn how to convert text to outlines and how to type on a path.
Illustrator on the iPad provides special text features that you can use to create rich typography for your poster, brochure, logo, and more. You can convert your text into a path object or type your text on a path to move it along the path curve. See also: Fonts and typography on Illustrator on the iPad.
With Illustrator on the iPad, you can easily convert your text into an object. This is useful when you need to use vector paths of text objects in your designs. When the text is converted to outlines or paths, its text properties are lost and the text cannot be edited using type controls.
You can place text on the open or a closed path to make the text flow along the edge of the path. When you enter horizontal text, the characters are parallel to the baseline. When you enter vertical text, the characters are perpendicular to the baseline.