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Work with Layers and Effects
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Click an effect s name to see its controls
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The Effects button Selected objects behind the dialog box
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FIGURE 13-8 Click the Effects button to open the Effects dialog box
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Effects dialog box (shown in Figure 13-8) to apply one or more effects to the active object(s) To apply an effect, select the object or objects (as a group or by pressing SHIFT and clicking multiple objects), and then click the Effects button on the Control panel The button is available whether you have the Selection, Direct Selection, or Type tool in use A menu appears, as shown in Figure 13-9, from which you can pick the first or only effect you wish to apply Once you make your choice, the dialog box appears
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Because it s such a common effect, the Drop Shadow button applies a 75 percent opaque shadow to selected objects without requiring you to use the Effects button and dialog box
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Once the Effects dialog box is open, you can begin applying effects Just select the check box to the left of each effect you want to apply, and the effect is applied in its default state
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Click an effect s name to see its controls The cumulative list of effects is displayed here
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Select a check box to apply the effect
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Turn on the Preview feature to see the effects in place before you click OK FIGURE 13-9 The Effects dialog box offers ten different effects, each with their own set of controls for manipulating the results
To see what that state is or to change it, click the effect s name to display the controls for that effect Use the various settings to change the intensity, size, color, and overall impact of each effect Figure 13-10 shows the Drop Shadow controls If you want to see how the effect will look, click the Preview button in the lower-left corner of the dialog box and move the dialog box aside so that the selected object(s) are visible onscreen You can move the dialog box by dragging its title bar
FIGURE 13-10 Control the intensity of your drop shadow by changing its opacity, size, position, and spread The default settings are shown here
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Work with Layers and Effects
Once you like the effects you see through the Preview feature, click OK to apply them to the selected objects You can always undo this action if you change your mind (CTRL- Z or Edit | Undo), or you can reopen the Effects dialog box to adjust the settings for one or more of the effects you applied
Work with Transparency
Transparency is the first effect listed in the Effects dialog box, and it s always on, in that 100 percent opacity and a normal blend mode are applied by default to all content in your document As shown in Figure 13-11, if you want to change these settings, you can click the word Transparency in the Effects dialog box and manipulate the following controls: Basic Blending In this section of the dialog box, you can choose a blend mode to make your selected objects darker, lighter, or to make their colors change and/or more intense You can also choose to make the selected objects more or less opaque, or see-through By dragging the Opacity slider to the left, you make it possible to see through the selected objects Isolate Blending This option, which is off by default, will prevent anything beneath the selected object or group of objects from being changed by the mode you choose
FIGURE 13-11 Transparency effects include 16 different blend modes, an Opacity slider, and two options for controlling how much impact the transparency of your selected object(s) has on surrounding content
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This is important, because most blend modes depend on layering of text and photos or filled shapes to determine their results Isolating blending eliminates the selected mode s effect on anything beneath the selected objects, but doesn t prevent those overlapped items from affecting the way the mode is applied to the selected objects Knockout Group This option prevents the elements of a group from showing through each other
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