To apply the Emboss effect

1 Select the bitmap with the Pick tool.

2 Click Bitmaps, 3D Effects, Emboss.

3 In the Emboss Color section, enable one of the following buttons:

• Original Color — suppresses the color in the bitmap area and outlines the bitmap with the colors in the original bitmap

• Gray — suppresses the color in the bitmap area and outlines the bitmap with gray. This produces a gray bitmap with moderate, embossed highlights.

• Black — suppresses the color in the bitmap area and outlines the bitmap with black. This produces a black bitmap with high-contrast, embossed highlights.

• Other — suppresses the color in the bitmap area and outlines the bitmap with a color you choose from the color picker

4 Move the Depth slider to control the depth of the embossing effect so that areas of the bitmap appear raised in relief.

5 Move the Level slider to set the amount of background color that the relief contains.

6 Type a value in the Direction box to indicate the direction of movement.

• The Emboss effect supports all color modes except Paletted and Black-and-White.

• You can also use the Direction dial to indicate the direction of movement. Click on a point along the edge of the Direction dial to choose the location of the light source relative to the bitmap (theoretically in the center of the circle) used for the embossing effect.

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