How do you apply radius corners on chamfered corners?

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I have created a rectangle & applied 10mm live corners to each corner as "Chamfer" (straight 45° corners). Now I want to apply 2mm radius "round" corners to all eight of my chamfered corners but dont know how to do it? 

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 30, 2022 Mar 30, 2022
Object > Path > Simplify... with 0 degrees and straight lines should do the trick to convert the corners.

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Object > Path > Simplify... with 0 degrees and straight lines should do the trick to convert the corners.

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The perfect solution delivered in no time at all, BIG thanks for your help. 

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Good to hear that helped.

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