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Can I create "fx" shortcuts for frequently-used effects?

Explorer ,
Feb 28, 2024 Feb 28, 2024

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I use certain "FX" features on callouts regularly (subtle drop shadows, small chiseled bevels, etc). I would like to create an action or shortcut to apply one of these to a text box when needed. How can I do this?  The values are always the same for each effect, and I don't mind changing them individually if I need more or less effect, but I'd rather not have to repeat the process for every instance; there are about 200 of these that need to be done. 

Please and thanks. 

 

p.s. As someone who thinks in terms of graphics and the printed word, creating a script is a concept I find utterly terrifying. 

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Community Expert , Feb 28, 2024 Feb 28, 2024

This is exactly what object styles are for.

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This is exactly what object styles are for.

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Took some fiddling, but yes that works great. I'd never really played with that feature before and it's just what was needed. Thanks!

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