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I made a logo which has a grey stoke which I made in illustrator, but I needed only part of the stroke so I covered the rest using white shapes (rectangles and circles) . How can I remove those white shapes so that I only have the needed stroke and still have a vector file? logo

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... just a general procedure based upon your posted image. I'm assuming the "stroke" is a brush stroke and contains some transparency.

This is a destructive procedure... meaning it will permanently change the artwork. Perform these steps on a copy of the art if you want to retain the "build" or "live construction" version.

  • Select all
  • Choose Object > Flatten Transparency and move the slider all the way to the right (vector) and click Okay
  • Click the Merge button on the PathFinder Panel
  • Select one of the white objects
  • Choose Select > Same > Fill & Stroke from the menu
  • Hit the Delete key

These are merely basic steps that should work. However, each file is different and may take some extra consideration in some areas. Without direct access to the file itself I can't definitively state these steps will work as expected 100% of the time.

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