Fixing problem blends


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Fixing problem blends

All right, so here I'm looking at my bad messed up blend. We need to fix it. So what we are going to do is we are going to release this blend and recreate it, like so. Make sure that the blend is active here inside the Layers palette and by the way, I'm still working inside that same Lone ghost.ai file that I opened in the previous exercise. Make sure that the blend is meatballed here in the Layers palette. Then I want you to go up to the Object menu, choose Blend and choose Release, or you've got a keyboard shortcut. Mash your fist and press B, so Ctrl+Shift+Alt+B or Command+Shift+Option+B on the Mac, and that goes ahead and gets rid of the blend. Now the problem with working this way is that the placement of our objects is all wrong.

So I'm going to press Ctrl+Z, Ctrl+Z a couple of times in a row, that would be Command+Z, Command+Z, a couple of times in a row on the Mac to get those objects back where they belong. Then we'll go up to the Object menu, choose Blend, ...

Fixing problem blends
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Fixing problem blends provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Illustrator CS4 One-on-One: Advanced

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