NOTE: THIS WORKS BEST WITH WHITE BACKGROUND.
1. Select the circle tool and set both fill and line colour to #0099CC. Draw a circle of whatever size you wish.
2. Select the circle and press F8 to convert it to a movie clip. Double click on this new movie clip and select only the fill. Making sure the outline is NOT selected, press F8 to make the a movie clip.
3. Go to Filters [which should be with the property inspector at the bottom of the screen, if not, you can access it from the 'Window' menu]. Add a drop shadow. Make the Blur X and Blur Y 20. Keep the strength at 100% and the quality low. Set the Angle and Distance to 0. Set the colour of the shadow to #0099CC. Finally, check the combo boxes that say Knockout and Inner shadow.
4. Then add a glow. Set the strength to 1000% [maximum]. Set the colour to #0099CC and change the quality to high. Finally check the combo box the says Inner glow.
You're done! Enjoy...
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