Set rectangle to no fill, no stroke

Enthusiast ,
Jul 12, 2018

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Thanks. That takes care of that.

But I'm having trouble changing the stroke and fill color for the rectangle. I want no fill and white stroke. But I don't see any option for None or No Fill.

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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 12, 2018
Matt S - Tech Comm Tools Adobe Community Professional , Jul 12, 2018
Set your color to White, set Fill Pattern to None (lower right corner), and Pen Pattern to Solid (upper left corner)-Matt

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Set your color to White, set Fill Pattern to None (lower right corner), and Pen Pattern to Solid (upper left corner)

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Enthusiast ,
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The dotted icon for None confused me. In other Adobe applications its a rectangle with a diagonal slash through it.

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Yeah, the tech for the graphics tools could use a facelift.

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Enthusiast ,
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There's something very buggy about this. I have a screen capture and tried to put a white stroke on it following the same steps you gave, and I'm not able to do it.

The color icon at the bottom of the drawing tools shows White, I choose Fill Pattern: None, and Pen Pattern: Solid. However, the Stroke is black.  If I try to change the stroke to white, the fill changes to white instead.

Is there some secret to getting this right?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Are you putting the stroke on the image, or a frame containing the image?

If on the image, it might be easier to add the stroke with your capture software.

-Matt

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Thanks for your reply. I'm putting the stroke on the image, not the frame.

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