Learn PowerPoint: Formatting Shadows

Created: Monday, February 9, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:54 am



We have already covered the fill and line options in PowerPoint 2003 and earlier. While these versions of PowerPoint do not have a dedicated “effects” set like in PowerPoint 2007, they do offer some effects like shadows and 3D. In this series of tutorials, we will first explore shadows.

Learn more about adding shadows in PowerPoint here…

Although PowerPoint provides 20 preset shadow styles, you can still create your own customized shadow, or edit the preset shadow styles using the Shadow Settings toolbar.

Learn more about the Shadow Settings toolbar…

Categories: effects, powerpoint, shapes, tutorials

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