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You know, if every day all we had to work on with just Illustrator files that we ourselves have created, we really wouldn't run into problems editing or changing those documents. After all, we're already familiar with those documents. However, 9 times out of 10, we're working with other people's files. And we don't know how those files were built. And sometimes you run into problems when we open up those files on our computers. So in this chapter, we're going to focus on learning how to read an Illustrator document, how to reverse-engineer it, see how it's built, and learn how to pay attention to small details that really can be quite important.
Never again will you ever be confused by an Illustrator file.
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