Convert Objects to Shapes in Adobe Illustrator CS6
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- 1Please view our other Adobe Illustrator tutorials for instructions on how to complete this step. There are three different objects on the artboard: the blue rectangle as the background, a red circle, and a yellow rectangle.To begin, ensure that you have Adobe Illustrator open and a document ready.Advertisement
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Trying to convert die line into compound shape?
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