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  1. Howdy folks. Currently working on a piece of fictional currency as a prop, but I want to print both the back of the banknote and the front without having to cut them out later. Is there anyway I can "combine" the two pieces so that the paper prints it double-sided at the right proportions? Screenshot attached for context. Sorry if this doesn't make sense, let me know if you need clarification.
  2. It also stays there when I open a new document, not just limited to the first.
  3. I seem to be posting quite a few "dumb questions" recently, but how do I revert this document back into the rectangle that it was? I can see the outline but cannot make everything around that rectangle disappear. I also want to know what keybind I accidentally pressed to do this, since it would help me not make the same mistake again.
  4. I finally figured it out, thanks for your help trying to understand my idiotic mind.
  5. Okay, I get that but when your mouse disappears I have no idea what you are doing. Would be nice if you explained that. I understand the add key. Now, how the heck do I delete the excess inside the shape and actually convert it to a path in the first place? Starting to get confused and frustrated.
  6. I have already tried what you have told me and what he says to do on his site but for some reason the program refuses to let me.
  7. Okay, that's not what I'm looking for. Maybe I wasn't clear, (which happens a lot, I'm not good at describing problems) but I need the outside of the shape to be converted into a path. Think of all these circles as one big cloud. I want to do this: (Taken from 2Dartgamerguru's site)
  8. Yes, hence the AD I posted in the OP. I should have been more clear, one moment.
  9. I also haven't used expand stroke. I've just made donuts and used Cmd-J to duplicate them.
  10. That option isn't showing up for me. They are greyed out and aren't selectable.
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