I am making a reverse logo but am running some issues. Can anyone help me figure out how to make this zero in this logo white, just like the draft picture.
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Obviously you cannot change the fill color of the 0, because 360 is a single shape.
You can check, if the structure can be exploded (= release compound paths, release clipping masks, ungroup) and then recomposed, but with a white zero.
If you are in a hurry, simply place a white ring above the zero.
There are two circles, both filled, but without a stroke. At first a white circle is placed over the zero. It's opacity is reduced to see the right size and placement. It must be a little too big, making an exact snapping piece easily leaves a black ring when the result is exported.
In the middle there's a blue circle. It must be a little too small and it must be on the top. See NOTE1
Both circles are selected, a hole is generated with Object > Compound Path > Make. The opacity is returned to 100%
NOTE1: If the grey color is a single solid color without a slightest gradient, you can simply recolor the blue circle to the same color, let it be and it's there with no holes.