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Old 03-25-2008, 08:51 AM   #1
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Default Illustrator CS2: mouse-over blue lines appearing??

Gee whiz. I hit some wrong keyboard shortcut, and now whenever I mouse over ANYthing I get a (helpful, I'm sure) blueline or -lines, with a (helpful, I'm sure) legend like "135 degrees. Intersection. Align 90 degrees." See attached.

How can I shut the thing off, before I throttle it? And what keyboard shortcut probably caused it? I've looked and looked and couldn't figure out what it might be.

Thank you.
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