Word 2000 includes two effective tools to make your graphics appear to leap off the page. Any drawing object—including lines, freeform drawings, or clip art—can now cast a shadow, in almost any direction and any color. Shadows help separate a graphic from its background on the page. The second depth-defying tool enables all drawing objects (with the exception of clip art) to extend into the third dimension; it's appropriately called 3D. Both tools are available through the Drawing toolbar.
You can't apply shadowing and 3D to the same object. If you apply a shadow effect to an object formatted as 3D, the shadow replaces the 3D effect.
You can instantly add a 50-percent gray drop-shadow to the ...