Add Soft Shadows to your PowerPoint Shapes

Created: Saturday, July 23, 2005, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 2:56 am

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I really like Keith Tromer’s new SoftShadow add-in for PowerPoint – at last PowerPoint has soft shadows like Photoshop! Maybe that explains why I gave Keith such a nice quote to put on his site! What I like about SoftShadow is that I don’t need to take my objects to Photoshop and add a nice drop shadow and then get it back to PowerPoint as a PNG – the Soft Shadow add-in does it all inside PowerPoint with one click. Also, all my objects can be restored to their no-shadow look with another click. There is a free trial version that you can download from the pptXTREME site…


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