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Lesson 5. Using Points and Paths > What You Have Learned

What You Have Learned

In this lesson, you have:

  • Used the Bezigon tool to draw shapes with straight line segments (pages 122–125)

  • Used the Combine command to combine several shapes into one shape (pages 125–129)

  • Added PANTONE® colors to the Swatches panel and filled objects with those colors (pages 129–131)

  • Changed to Keyline mode so you could more easily select objects (pages 131–133)

  • Customized a dashed line for a drawing (pages 134–135)

  • Added multiple guides to the page (pages 135–136)

  • Used the Pen tool to draw objects with curved and straight line segments (pages 136–138)

  • Changed a curve point to a connector point while drawing with the Pen tool (pages 139–140)

  • Used the control handles of a point to change the shape of a curved line segment (pages 140–142)

  • Retracted and extracted control handles on a point (pages 142–143)

  • Exported a color library for use in another document (pages 148–149)

  • Used the Freeform tool to change the shape of a path (pages 150–153)

  • Used the Pencil tool to draw freeform shapes (pages 153–154)

  • Imported a color library into a new document (page 154)


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