Copying appearances


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Copying appearances

As you begin to use appearances more and more in your work, you will find it necessary to copy appearances from one shape to another. For example, over here I have this file called copying appearances. You'll find that in Chapter08 of your exercise files, and maybe what I would like to do is take the appearances that apply to these wet suits that apply at the top of my file, and also copy them to these wet suits that apply here on the bottom. These all have just a regular white fill/black stroke attributes applied to them. The easiest way to do this is to use the Eyedropper tool inside of Illustrator. The way that it works is that I'll first go ahead and I'll select the shape that I want to have changed. I'll then use the Eyedropper tool, and I'll click on the shape where I want to copy the attributes from. So again, the first step is to select the shape that I want to have the change applied to, and then I use the Eyedropper tool to click on the shape that I want ...

Copying appearances
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Copying appearances 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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