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Using appearance attributes to simplify

Using appearance attributes to simplify: Adobe Illustrator: Variable Data
Using appearance attributes to simplify: Adobe Illustrator: Variable Data

John Garrett shows how to use the Appearance panel to simplify artwork and create Illustrator text effects. He explains how doing this can lower the chances for mistakes, plus he shows how it can reduce the number of objects on the artboard, and then reduce the overall amount of processing and memory needed when importing variables.

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Skill Level Advanced
1h 56m
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Design Techniques Design Page Layout Illustrator

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