I couldn't understand the previous answers which seem to be a common problem for us new users.
I created a circle, then drew line segments from the radius to the edge of the circle in 15 degree increments by copying and repeating. Now I'm stumped. Can I somehow divide this to create independent wedges?
Thank you in advance!
Yes, if you select all, go to your pathfinder panel and choose "divide" (first option in the 2nd row) then ungroup and deselect by clicking on a blank area of the page. click back on a segment and you should have a pie wedge. if not, the radial strokes you drew did not completely intersect the circle. redraw so they stick out past the edges.
hope that helps,
An easier way (from the start) is to:
1) With the Polar Grid tool (bundled with the Line tool) create a polar grid with 24 Radial Dividers (no concentric ones) and Ungroup (twice),
2) Extend the radial dividers to go beyond the cirdle,
3) Pathfinder>Divide, Ungroup if desired.
Edit: Hi Kurt. Any white stuff?