Changes to lines not registering

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This is my first time using AI in a long time, so I apologize if I'm missing something elementary, but:

I'm drawing a line graph and none of the changes I make to the lines - color, width, dotted/not, arrowheads, anything - are showing up. They're reflected in the various fields, but nothing I do changes any of the five plain black lines in my graph. Other things, like changing font size and editing axes, work fine. It's very frustrating. Does anyone recognize the problem?

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You work in Outline View.

[Ctrl]+[Y] or menu: View --> GPU/CPU Preview will toggle to "Normal View"

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Changes to lines not registering

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This is my first time using AI in a long time, so I apologize if I'm missing something elementary, but:

I'm drawing a line graph and none of the changes I make to the lines - color, width, dotted/not, arrowheads, anything - are showing up. They're reflected in the various fields, but nothing I do changes any of the five plain black lines in my graph. Other things, like changing font size and editing axes, work fine. It's very frustrating. Does anyone recognize the problem?

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You work in Outline View.

[Ctrl]+[Y] or menu: View --> GPU/CPU Preview will toggle to "Normal View"

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Thank you so much!

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