On a PC press Alt-Control-Shift and launch Illustrator, hold until the splash screen appears to clear all current personal settings. If you’re using a Mac, hold down Option-Command-Shift to clear your personal preferences. This will bring up the default settings and workspace layout for use.
Hold down Alt+Ctrl+Shift (Windows) or Option+Command+Shift (Mac OS) while launching Illustrator. Your current settings will be deleted. Remove or rename the AIPrefs file (Windows) or Adobe Illustrator Prefs file (Mac OS). New preference files will be created the next time Illustrator is started.
Whether for web or print, Illustrator offers several ways to view your artwork:\r\n\r\n \tPreview and Outline Views: By default, Illustrator shows the Preview view where you color , line widths, images, and patterns as they should look when printed or finalized for slideshows.
Windows users: Hold Alt+Ctrl+Shift while launching Illustrator. macOS users: Option+Command+Shift when launching Illustrator.
Missing panels in Illustrator? Here’s how to get them back fast! If all of your Illustrator toolbars are missing, you most likely pressed your “Tab” key. To get them back, just press Tab again and they should appear
Select window > work area > New workspace… and enter a name. Tools and panels are saved as they now appear in the workspace. You can switch between workspaces at any time. If you rearrange tools and panels as you work, Illustrator remembers the changes and saves them in the active workspace.
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Click on the menu in the top right corner and select Reset. If you want all tools to appear in the toolbar, which I prefer, select Advanced. Click the 3 dots at the bottom of the toolbar.
AFAIK, the default settings are to emulate Adobe Illustrator 6.0. Go to Edit>Color Settings and select it from the drop-down menu at the top of the dialog. If that doesn’t help, you can try deleting the AIPREFS file (backing up the old one just in case), which will reset everything to factory settings.
To open the Preferences dialog, select Edit > Preferences (Windows) or Premiere Elements > Preferences (Mac OS) and select the category of preferences you want to change. To restore the default settings, hold down the Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac OS) key while the application is launching.