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illustrator cs4 convert 3d bevel & extrude shape to 2d standard paths

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I have a rectangle that I've added a 3d bevel & extrude effect. Is it possible to maintain the perspective of the object and convert it back to 2d. Where it would then be just a series of paths representing the object and not 3d.
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Hi


Not at my machine but this is usually done with Menu>Object>Expand

Hope this helps
capt.
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Expand was disabled but I tried 'Expand Appearance' and it worked. Thanks
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thanks
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