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How to Select ALL Strokes in Adobe Illustrator CC





If you have a lot of stroke weights and colors in your document, it’s not intuitive how to select ALL of them at once. Here’s a quick tutorial!

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10 thoughts on “How to Select ALL Strokes in Adobe Illustrator CC”

  1. Thank you so much for taking the time to watch! If you'd like to take one of my classes, you can get a FREE 2-week Skillshare premium membership – (it also helps to support the channel): https://skl.sh/2WF8UZP

  2. Clovelyn says:

    This is genuinely so simple and so effective I'm really impressed! Thank you for the tip!

  3. Thank you, so helpful! I have been teaching myself Illustrator (your Skillshare class is great) and I have a question: when I trace an image using the blob brush tool then use the live paint tool to color the strokes, I end up having to click on each portion of the stroke where I lifted the pencil when tracing. Iā€™m sure there is a step I am not completing to make this easier. Do you have a suggestion?

  4. Great technique!!! Also works on fills…

  5. mae says:

    Great stuff. Good tip

  6. Nate says:

    Very cool!! Thank you for this.

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