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The topic of this chapter Actions are Illustrator's most essential form of automation. Simply put, an action is a recorded sequence of events. Record the action, test it to make sure it works, and it may serve you well for years to come from one version of Illustrator to the next. In this chapter, I'll introduce you to the Actions panel and show you how to record an action, play it back and even batch process an entire folder full of artwork, and the only action you have to take is to sit back and watch the next movie.
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