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    Quick Illustrator CS3 Question
    I need the strokes to scale when I scale the shapes... how do I do this?
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    Go to transform > scale and tick 'scale strokes and effects'. Click ok and from then on they'll scale however you resize objects.

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    Thankyou! =)
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    another way, is to double click the scale tool. The same options should be available from there. Alternatively, you could hit 's' then enter/return. This is also great if you need to scale multiple shapes in the same way, one after the other, since it remembers the last scale performed (much like hitting apple+d to repeat transformations)

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