Adding multiple attributes


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Adding multiple attributes

Picking up where we left off in the last movie, we now know that it's possible for if I have a single object to have multiple fills and multiple strokes. So let's see how that applies again or using the Appearance panel. I'm going to start off by first reducing this object back to a regular state. I'm going to press the D key on my keyboard. D stands for default that's a keyboard shortcut probably that I use very often that basically sets your object back to a default white fill and black one point stroke. Notice over here all my opacity settings are set back to normal. Let's change the twirl down over here to just regular. Let's go back to maybe where we had before the yellow fill and a black 20-point stroke. So now I have the shape that I had created right here. So remember this object right now has a single yellow fill and a single black stroke that set at 20 point. Let's go down here to the Appearance panel, see that there are two icons here. This is...

Adding multiple attributes
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Adding multiple attributes provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator CS4 Essential Training

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Design
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Illustrator
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