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Special Edition Using Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2002 by Tom Mucciolo, Patrice-Anne Rutledge

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Adding Shadow and 3D Effects

You can add shadow and 3D effects to objects, including AutoShapes, WordArt, and clip art.

→ To learn more about adding an AutoShape object to a slide, see “Adding AutoShapes” in this chapter.

→ For details on how to effectively use WordArt to enhance your presentation, see “Understanding WordArt” in this chapter.

→ To learn what clip art images are available and how to use them, see “Inserting Clip Art” in Chapter 13.

Select an object and click the Shadow Style button on the Drawing toolbar to display the Shadow palette, shown in Figure 14.25.

Figure 14.25. Shadows can add a dramatic effect to a presentation.

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