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Chapter 1. Basic Training: Basic Tips Yo... > Effecting a Stroke or a Fill

Effecting a Stroke or a Fill

One of the advantages of the Appearance palette (Windows>Appearance) is the option to affect only the stroke or only the fill of a selected object. A great example of that is to apply an effect (not a filter) to only the stroke, or only to the fill. In the Appearance palette, click on the word Stroke and then apply an effect from the Effect menu. (In our example, we used the Roughen effect under Distort & Transform in the Effect menu—first applied just to the stroke, and then applied only to the fill.)


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