Next, click the "Style" drop-down menu under "Structure"
Then, you can click a style. There are styles such as "Outer Bevel", " Inner Bevel", "Emboss", and "Pillow Emboss". "Outer Bevel" and "Inner Bevel" will make the object look like it is increasing outwards or receding inwards. These can be good to use for a presentation to make it more interactive and engaging. You can use them on buttons.
It can be changed in the same way: click the color box to the right of "Shadow" to modify it in the same manner. This will choose the shadow color separately from the shadow highlight color. It is recommended to go through these options.
This concludes our tutorial showing you how to use a "Bevel and Emboss" effect in Adobe InDesign CS6 in Windows 7. If you have any questions or comments regarding this video or the program used, then just add them to the comment section below. Thank you for choosing VisiHow!
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