I found a website on how to create a basic tutorial, and I believe that you will help.
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http://websitesetupguide.com/?gclid=CI6WlMmqlqQCFQYjbgodLXfejgAnswered Sep, 20 2010
Now we just start to create a hyperlink in Photoshop.
open the picture to which you want to add hyperlink in Photoshop.
go to File > Save to save the picture as a PSD file .
Open to the PSD file you just saved. Then you had better select Image Size, and adjust the image to the size you need.
After these steps you may select Image Map tool from the toolbar. Hold down the left-mouse button and drag the mouse to select the area. With this operation you may create the hyperlink.
Look for the Slices in the lower right on the screen. When you find it click on it to give the image a name. And then paste the URL address where you want the hyperlinks to connect in the area below the name.
In the end you should go to
File> Save Optimized As to save your picture. Don't forget to make sure the type of format is set to HTML and images
.Answered Nov, 07 2010
Drag the path to the Symbols panel.
With the path selected, click the New Symbol button in the Symbols panel or choose New Symbol from the panel menu.
The Bevel menu in the 3D Extrude & Bevel Options dialog box lists the bevel.
To apply the bevel to an extruded 3D object, select the 3D object, and then double-click the 3D Extrude & Bevel effect in the Appearance panel. In the 3D Extrude & Bevel Options dialog box, choose the bevel from the Bevel menu.
To apply the custom bevel to 2D artwork, select the 2D object, and then choose Effect > 3D > Extrude & Bevel. In the 3D Extrude & Bevel Options dialog box, choose the custom bevel from the Bevel menu.
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