How to make a 'group of paths' a Graphic Style (for background)

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I have made these multiple rhombi objects, arranged them in a pattern, now I want to save it as a Graphic style so that I can use it as a background, I don't know which process to follow, merely dragging it in the graphic styles panel isn't working, I'm stuck.

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How to make a 'group of paths' a Graphic Style (for background)

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I have made these multiple rhombi objects, arranged them in a pattern, now I want to save it as a Graphic style so that I can use it as a background, I don't know which process to follow, merely dragging it in the graphic styles panel isn't working, I'm stuck.

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You have your terminology wrong. Looks more liek you actually want to create a pattern fill or pattern brush, which is a different panel and process.

 

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Yes, you are right, I was wrong at it.

Thank you very much for your answer 🙂

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You may want to create a pattern swatch, which can be used to fill objects.

Select a single rhombus and choose Object > Pattern... > Make.

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Thank you very much for the solution.

Highly grateful 🙂 

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Good to hear that helped.

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