You can also use any of the predefined styles that ship with ImageReady. To do so, choose Window I Styles to display the Styles palette. Then, instead of using the Add Layer Style button to add a custom layer style to your image, click any of the styles in the Styles palette. To make things really easy, you can choose one ofthe rollover styles, which are identified by a small black triangle in the upper-left corner of the style preview. These special styles have predefined rollover states attached to them.
If you ever want to disable the layer style from appearing in a rollover state, click the eye icon next to the name of the layer style in the Layers palette and toggle its visibility off. Or, to delete the layer style altogether, drag its name over the Trash button at the bottom of the Layers palette. To remove all layer styles from a layer, choose Windows I Styles and click the first style button to specify Default Style - None.
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