My question is specifically about Making a Venn Diagram in Adobe Illustrator.
I am trying to make a Venn-diagram to visualize different set operations in math. I found that Illustrator made some pretty good pictures but I am stuck now.
I want to turn the part of the
Circle A that does not intersect with the
Circle B into its own object so that I can fill it with a color.
The problem is that the intersection of A and B is one object, and the complement of the intersection is also one object.
So if I try to fill
Circle A, but not the intersection with a color, it also fills
Circle B minus the intersection.
In other words, currently the two circle make up two object, but I want to turn it in to three separate objects that share sides. I used the pathfinder tool to get this far, but I don't know how to use it to get what I want.
How can I create three separate shapes from the shape in the diagram below, one for
Circle A without the intersecting part of the circle, the same for
Circle B and one more shape for the intersecting part?