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Chapter 11. Applying Appearance Attributes, Graphic Styles, and Effects

Chapter 11. Applying Appearance Attributes, Graphic Styles, and Effects


You can alter the look of an object without changing its structure using appearance attributes—fills, strokes, effects, transparency, blending modes, or any combination of these object properties. You can edit or remove appearance attributes at any time. You can also save them as Graphic styles and apply them to other objects. At any time, you can edit an object that has a Graphic style applied to it, plus edit the Graphic style—an enormous time-saver!


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