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I would like to make a button picture.  I can make the picture of a button facing outward but I don't know how to make a depressed button.  Does anyone know of a tutorial that tells how to make a button look like it is depressed.
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Take the picture of your original, raised button and rotate it 180 degrees. That should make it look "depressed." Can you perhaps post your original button and let me look at it so I can give you other tips in case this suggestion does not work?

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What you gave me worked great!  It did just what I wanted it to.  Thanks
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