Use Stroke and Fill in Adobe Illustrator CS6
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- 1First, look for the two large icons in the vertical toolbar. The vertical toolbar is located on the left side of the screen. One icon is a large white square and the other is a square outlined in black. These colors may be different if you're not using the default settings.You should already have Illustrator open and a document ready.
- 5The shape will automatically be filled with the color you've selected. For more information, refer to our tutorials on how to create basic shapes and how to get perfect shapes.Create a shape with "Rectangle Tool".
- 11If you hover over this icon, a box will appear that reads "Default Fill and Stroke". You can also click the white box with the red line through it to select "None", which makes the stroke appear invisible. This icon is to the right of the "Default Fill and Stroke" icon. This can also be done for "Fill" .You can return to the default settings by clicking the small icon underneath the fill color icon in the vertical menu.
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