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USING PATHS, HOW CAN I CHANGE A FILL COLOR ONCE A PATH IS DRAWN

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I AM USING A TEMPLATE TO LEARN HOW TO UTILIZE PATHS, I HAVE NOT SELECTED A FILL COLOR AND I DO NOT WANT A FILL COLOR, HOW CAN I CHANGE IT SO THAT THERE IS NO FILL COLOR
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You're drawing your path on a layer. Paths on a layer MUST have a fill color. If you want a path that is unfilled, create a path via the Paths palette.
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