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You can instantly add depth to drawing objects in Word by adding a shadow to the edge of an object. The Shadow Style effects in Word enable you to add various shadow styles to objects, adjust shadow position, and change shadow color. Figure 12-21 shows a few flowchart objects formatted using the Shadow Style effects.
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You can add shadows to basic objects, as shown in this flowchart structure.
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You can add a 50 percent gray shadow to any selected object by using a preset shadow style in Word. To do so, you use the Shadow Style menu on the Drawing toolbar, shown in Figure 12-22.
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Word provides 20 preset styles in the Shadow Style menu.
To add a preset shadow style to an object, select the object you want to add a shadow to, click Shadow Style on the Drawing toolbar, and choose a shadow style from the Shadow Style menu. To remove a shadow, select the object, and click No Shadow in the Shadow Style menu.
Changing the Position of Shadows
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After you apply a shadow, you can manually adjust the shadow s position relative to the object. To do so, follow these steps:
1 Select the object that has the shadow you want to adjust.
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2 Click the Shadow Style button on the Drawing toolbar, and choose Shadow Settings
from the menu. The Shadow Settings toolbar appears. The buttons on the Shadow Settings toolbar are described in Table 12-2.
3 Click the appropriate buttons to reposition the shadow. Each time you click a nudge
button, the shadow moves 1 point in the specified direction.
Table 12-2.
Shadow Settings Toolbar Buttons
Name
Shadow On/Off Nudge Shadow Up
Button
Description
Adds or removes an object s shadow Moves an object s shadow up by 1 point
Nudge Shadow Down
Moves an object s shadow down by 1 point
Nudge Shadow Left
Moves an object s shadow left by 1 point
Nudge Shadow Right
Moves an object s shadow right by 1 point
Shadow Color
Displays a color palette that you can use to color a shadow (the default color is 50 percent gray)
To nudge a shadow 6 points instead of 1 point, press Shift while you click the appro priate nudge button on the Shadow Settings toolbar.
Coloring Shadows
In addition to adjusting a shadow s position, you can also color a shadow. To do so, follow these steps:
1 Select the drawing object that contains the shadow you want to change. 2 Click the Shadow button on the Drawing toolbar, and choose Shadow Settings from
the menu. The Shadow Settings toolbar appears.
3 On the Shadow Settings toolbar, click the Shadow Color arrow, and choose the color
you want to apply to the shadow from the menu. If you don t see the color you want in the Shadow Color menu, click More Shadow Colors to access the Standard and Custom tabs in the Colors dialog box (as discussed in Specifying Line and Fill Colors, on page 365). The Shadow Color menu also includes a Semitransparent Shadow option. This option is selected by default; it creates a lighter shadow that you can see text through. Clear the Semitransparent Shadow selection if you want to make your shadow darker and to ensure that text is not visible through the shadow. 375
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Redrawing borders previously removed by embossed or engraved shadows If you apply an embossed or engraved shadow to an object (Shadow Style 17 or Shadow Style 18 in the Shadow Style menu), Word hides the object s borders by default. If you later apply a different shadow effect to the object, you might have to redraw the object s borders (especially if the object is the same color as the background). To do so, select the object, and choose a line color from the Line Color menu on the Drawing toolbar.
Applying and Customizing 3-D Effects
By using 3-D effects, you can format and customize simple 3-D objects. To add a 3-D effect to an object, Word adjusts the two-dimensional object by expanding (or extruding) the object s edges and rotating the object to appear at an angle. In Word, you can control the depth of a 3-D object s extrusion as well as the object s angle. In addition, you can specify how light and shadow reflect off the shape, and you can specify how the object s surface should be formatted by choosing the Wire Frame, Matte, Plastic, or Metal option.
Adding 3-D Effects
To create a 3-D effect, you use the 3-D Style menu, shown in Figure 12-23.
Figure 12-23.
Word provides 20 preset styles in the 3-D Style menu.
To format a 3-D object, follow these steps:
1 Select the object you want to modify. 2 On the Drawing toolbar, click the 3-D Style button, and then click a 3-D setting in the
3-D Style menu. After you create a 3-D object, you can remove a 3-D effect by choosing No 3-D from the 3-D Style menu. You can also change which 3-D setting is applied by selecting the 3-D object and choosing a different setting from the 3-D Style menu.
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