Okay, one final thing I will show you before we move on. Let's say for example I have a blend happening here, I like creating blends with stars just because they are neat shapes to use here. I am going to create one more quick blend here. All I will do is simply hold down Option or Alt on the PC to drag out to copy and just like before, fill it with a different color here, there we are.
I will grab both my shapes here and create a quick blend, Object > Blend and then Make, there is the blend there, and I am also going to once again set up my specified steps here for the blend. I am just doing this very quickly because you have seen all of this already, there it is. But what I do want to show you is something that you haven't seen yet, is how to now take these objects that are between my starting object and my ending object and convert them from a blend into actual Illustrator objects and to actual Vector objects here and it's very, very easy to do.
I am going to go to my Object Menu, down to Blend and then down to Expand, and there you can see the anchor points highlight all the way around the objects. If I go to de-select and re-select, the whole thing selects as one object because it's grouped, so I am going to un-group and now I can begin pulling apart the separate objects here. So whenever you want to break apart your blend simply expand it, that's all there is to it.
And again that was Object, down to Blend and then Expand, or alternatively, I can go to Object and Expand, I can go that route as well.