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In this chapter, we are going to be introduced to what I feel is the most important panel inside of Illustrator, the Appearance panel. Now, it's actually kind of weird, because in Illustrator's Essential, or default, workspace, the Appearance panel is kind of hidden down near the bottom. But we're going to find out that really, without the Appearance panel, you're flying blind inside of Illustrator. We learned before about the difference between structure and presentation. Well, in Illustrator, the presentation of artwork is referred to as its appearance. As we'll see now inside of Illustrator, using the Appearance panel is going to be a key to controlling all that information.
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