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I'm new to Illustrator and now I want to create a rounded rectangle with 10px 0px 10px 0px radius for corner, how can I do that?

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What have you tried? –  Matt Aug 4 at 13:51

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This only works in Illustrator CC or newer.

  1. Draw a rectangle
  2. Use the Direct Selection Tool A (White Arrow on Toolbar)
  3. Pick one corner
  4. Use the little circle that appears to create a radius

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You can double click the circle to enter exact figures:

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when i click the corner, no circle appears –  user28130 Aug 4 at 14:16
    
@user28130 are you sure you have version CC? Here is a video showing how to do this: helpx.adobe.com/illustrator/how-to/… –  JohnB Aug 4 at 14:18

In CS6 and earlier:

There is no dynamic way to do this as far as I know. The easiest way to do what you want is to use the rectangle tool, and shape it to the size you want.

Then go to

Appearance Window > Stylize > Rounded Corners > 10px

and then hit

Object > Expand Appearance

and zoom into the top right corners and adjust the nodes so that the corner ends up square and repeat with the other one.

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In newer versions they created a dynamic way. If you're using Illustrator CS6 or earlier than you'd be correct that there isn't. –  Ryan Aug 4 at 14:01
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for earlier versions I would recommend the "Round any corner" script: theitbros.com/adobe-illustrator-cs6-round-one-corner where you can select as many corners as you want and round them independently. –  Luciano Aug 4 at 15:59

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