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For others who are struggling to find the 'no fill' option for an inserte rectangle, you can find a solution here: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2467569
it is frustrating to need to do this thoughAnonymous commented
I agree entirely with Mark who stated:
' I've just been struggling to find out how to change the fill of a rectangle (using Comments tools) to "No fill". The visible tool to do this doesn't have an option of "No fill". After going on to the forum I was given the solution, which is to access the old Properties Bar. This is hidden away and very difficult to find unless someone tells you how. It should be more readily accessible.'
I came to this board to post exactly the same message. I have always found the 'no fill' option for a rectangle properties to be very useful. I use it to put a coloured box around a table in an academic article. Please add this 'no fill' option into the rectangle properties pop up