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  A Rainbow of Illustrator® 9 Gel Buttons
Part 1D

27. Next, select the top object ("Object 4"). Bring up the Gradient palette and choose "Linear" from the "Type" drop-down. Enter minus 90 degrees in the "Angle" box, then click the right color slider (labeled "Gradient Slider" below).

28. From the Color palette options menu, select "RGB" to bring up the RGB color sliders.

29. Then enter RGB values of 34, 82 and 150 respectively. We will call this "color 2" or the "second color" of the gradient for this object. We want to identify this color because we will change it later to create the different color buttons.

30. Now all the objects are the correct size, position and color. Next we want to get rid of the stroke in all of the objects. We can do it all in one step.

31. Marquee-select all of the objects and bring up the Strokes palette.

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