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We really start to see the benefit of using effects when we start applying multiple effects to single objects and groups inside of Illustrator. In fact, there are certain effects that really only make sense when you actually combine them with others. Now I've always felt that it's really important to ask yourself this question as you use Illustrator: what if? What if I took this effect and I combined it with that effect? When you start experimenting in that way, you not only find out more about what the effects do, but you can find some really incredible ways and some shortcuts on building complex work inside of Illustrator without much effort at all.
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