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Select an object or group (or target a layer in the Layers panel). To change the blending mode of a fill or stroke, select the object, and then select the fill or stroke in the Appearance panel. In the Transparency panel, choose a blending mode from the popup menu.
Select the objects to align or distribute. Using the Selection tool, Shift-click in the artboard you want to use to activate it. In the Align panel or Control panel, select Align To Artboard , and then click the button for the type of alignment or distribution you want.
First you will have to convert the arrow from a path / stroke into a shape object. Do this by selecting Object -> Path -> Outline Stroke . Open the Pathfinder palette ( Window -> Pathfinder ) and with the two items selected alt-click on the Unite button - it's the first one that looks like two squares united into one.
Select the layer. Use the round thing next to the layer name, this selects the layer object. Selecting name activates layer, that is a different thing. In the Appearances panel click add new fill (and possibly stroke or expand it with a pathfinder effect) Image 2: Add new fill. Make the fill the color you want.
Select objects by clicking with the black arrow tool. To select multiple objects hold down the shift key while clicking additional objects, or take the black arrow tool and draw a square around the objects you want to edit. Once you have them all selected you can edit them all at once.
You can Highlight Layers, as mentioned, by holding down the Shift key and highlighting the first and last items you want to highlight. However, to Select multiple layers, the "spanning" ability does not exist. You have to hold down the Shift key and click each and every target for the layer.
Select All: If you want to select all the objects on a spread, you can choose Edit > Select All. (Or use the keyboard shortcut Command/Ctrl-A, while the Selection tool is active. And, as an aside, Shift-Command/Ctrl-A will deselect everything on the spread.)
Select the Selection tool . Do one of the following to any object that's within the group: Click the object. Drag around part or all of the object. To add or remove a group to the selection, hold down Shift while clicking the group to add or remove.
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