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Found Thin Line Icon, but no what?

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Hello,

I am looking for thin line icon for use on my website and I downloaded a great set from Adobe Stock.

But now what? How do I use this?

I do have illustrator, but such little experience, I'm not sure where to start.

Thanks

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Correct answer by S_Gans | Adobe Community Professional

If this is downloaded to your computer, it is likely a set of symbols (I haven't used these, but if they're downloaded, I have to think that's where they'd be used). To use them, you'd view your Symbols panel (Window Menu>Symbols). In the drop down menu to the right of the Symbols tab (looks like 3 or 4 lines), you'd see the option to Load Symbols. Choose that and navigate to the UNZIPPED download you have. This will open a separate panel from which you can just drag and drop symbols to your document. Each time you use one, it'll automatically populate to the regular symbols panel, which is where you'd use them from, next use. Hope this helps.

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Found Thin Line Icon, but no what?

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Jul 13, 2020

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Hello,

I am looking for thin line icon for use on my website and I downloaded a great set from Adobe Stock.

But now what? How do I use this?

I do have illustrator, but such little experience, I'm not sure where to start.

Thanks

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Correct answer by S_Gans | Adobe Community Professional

If this is downloaded to your computer, it is likely a set of symbols (I haven't used these, but if they're downloaded, I have to think that's where they'd be used). To use them, you'd view your Symbols panel (Window Menu>Symbols). In the drop down menu to the right of the Symbols tab (looks like 3 or 4 lines), you'd see the option to Load Symbols. Choose that and navigate to the UNZIPPED download you have. This will open a separate panel from which you can just drag and drop symbols to your document. Each time you use one, it'll automatically populate to the regular symbols panel, which is where you'd use them from, next use. Hope this helps.

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If this is downloaded to your computer, it is likely a set of symbols (I haven't used these, but if they're downloaded, I have to think that's where they'd be used). To use them, you'd view your Symbols panel (Window Menu>Symbols). In the drop down menu to the right of the Symbols tab (looks like 3 or 4 lines), you'd see the option to Load Symbols. Choose that and navigate to the UNZIPPED download you have. This will open a separate panel from which you can just drag and drop symbols to your document. Each time you use one, it'll automatically populate to the regular symbols panel, which is where you'd use them from, next use. Hope this helps.

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