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Wet look 3D fonts

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I have Adobe Photoshop 3.0, PageMaker 6.0 and CORELDRAW 6 Suite. I want to make a title for a web page that has a wet-look 3D with shadow like Google.com.
What must I do to achieve this effect?
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The google logo is nothing more than an eyecandy filter. (icky) Just an inner bevel with a simple drop shadow.

There are plenty of tutorials showing you how to do it at http://www.designsbymark.com/pstips/index.shtml
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GREAT help. More than I expected because it answered many future questions. Thanks again. I"ll be back.

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