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I have 1 object, with 2 separate parts. How do I connect the vertices to basically create a bridge joining the two? Contrl + J does not work.

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What you want to use is F. Select the vertices you want to join and hit f. Ctrl + J is for joining two different objects together, not individual mesh components.

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  • $\begingroup$ Ok. Just realized that only works with 4 vertices at a time (2 from each each sphere) When I first tried F, I had selected 4 vertices on each sphere (8 total) and clicked F and it did not fill. Thanks. $\endgroup$ – Marc Mar 1 '16 at 22:31
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Select the faces of the areas you want to connect then hit Ctrl+E and select Bridge Edge Loops from the menu.

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