Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Flipping and Rotating Objects
Applying shape effects
The Shape Effects button on the Drawing Tools tab on the Ribbon lets you
apply several interesting types of effects to your shapes. When you click this
button, a menu with the following effect options is displayed:
Shadow: Applies a shadow to the picture. You can select one of several
predefined shadow effects, or you can call up a dialog box that lets you
customize the shadow.
Reflection: Creates a reflected image of the picture beneath the original
picture.
Glow: Adds a glowing effect around the edges of the picture.
Soft Edges: Softens the edges of the picture.
Bevel: Creates a beveled effect.
3-D Rotation: Rotates the picture in a way that creates a three-dimensional
effect.
The best way to discover how to use these effects is to experiment with them
to see how they work.
Flipping and Rotating Objects
To flip an object means to create a mirror image of it. To rotate an object
means to turn it about its center. PowerPoint lets you flip objects
horizontally or vertically, rotate objects in 90-degree increments, or freely rotate an
object to any angle.
Rotation works for text boxes and Shape text. Therefore, you can use rotation
to create vertical text or text skewed to any angle you want. However,
flipping an object doesn’t affect the object’s text.
Flipping an object
PowerPoint enables you to flip an object vertically or horizontally to create a
mirror image of the object. To flip an object, follow these steps:
1. Select the object that you want to flip.
2. Open the Drawing Tools tab, click the Rotate button on the Arrange
group, and then choose Flip Horizontal or Flip Vertical.
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