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The result of using Bevel and then Inset I should be as seen outlined in red. However when I click I it will does not do anything of the sort.

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You are in edge select mode. Try it with faces selected. – Xtremity Mar 15 at 22:46
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After pressing I (I like independence) to inset faces hold the Ctrl button (and move the cursor upwards) to add some depth to the faces and achieve the result you want. enter image description here

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They don't tell you that in the tutorial! Thanks! – Marc Mar 16 at 0:58

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