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How do I remove the center of the a?

New Here ,
Oct 20, 2021 Oct 20, 2021

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Hello, I used the curve tool to make a word but I cannot remove the gap in the middle. I want it to be transparent. How do I do remove it?

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Adobe Community Professional , Oct 20, 2021 Oct 20, 2021
You can try: Select all: Object Compound Path > Make

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You can try:

Select all: Object Compound Path > Make

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You mean on the center one or the middle one? I tried both and no luck

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Select both.

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While it worked for all other letters, for some reason, the a produced an error. "Can't make a compound path. all objects in a compound path must be paths and they cannot be brushed or be part of an object" 

I made it the same way as the rest.

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Hard to tell from your image how you build it. Can you expand it and try again?

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It worked, but now it's flipped (the outside is transparent and the inside is solid)

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nvm got it to work

Thank you for the help!

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I realised that there was an uncessnessary line connected so I had to undo it. Tried the same process and the outside is transparent again and the inside is solid again

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