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How to remove line around rectangle


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Which application are you using? And what kind of controls do you expect from a rectangle? There is nothing much to control about a rectangle than its dimensions. Perhaps you can do a screenshot of your rectangle, Layers panel, Stroke panel.

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Does it look like this with the rectangle layer deselected.
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1 minute ago, World View said:

Thanks, firstdefence 

Worked!

I tried the stroke panel myself but I just saw one has to be careful to be sure the frame is selected.

You're welcome, happy designing.

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