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Design Illustrator Foundations Creating an Icon Using Pathfinder with Objects

The Pathfinder option, Minus Back, subtracts the objects in_____ from the frontmost object

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Tom HALPERIN
Tom HALPERIN
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The 'Minus Back' option does exactly what is says. So, it subtracts the object in "the back"/ "back" from the frontmost object. With other words, it leaves the frontmost part and excludes the back and any overlapping parts.

2 Answers

Hi Adrianne,

It should be called back

Here's explanation from Mat Helme - Using Pathfinder with Objects @7:58-7:59

-Salman

thank you