Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Applying and Customizing 3-D Effects
4. Click the Color tool. A color palette appears, showing Theme Colors, Standard Colors,
and Recent Colors.
Note that Recent Colors is available only if you have previously made color choices.
5. Click the color you want to use for the shadow, or click More Colors to display the
Colors dialog box (then select the color and choose OK to apply it).
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My Document Includes Color Images, but I Want Them to Print
in Black and White
You can change your images so they print in black and white by recoloring the images.
To recolor the images, select all images in the document that you want to change and
click Color in the Adjust group. Click Recolor and then click Grayscale in the Recolor
gallery.
Applying and Customizing 3-D Effects
You might wonder what else is involved in making a shape appear three-dimensional.
Shadows seem to be the most important characteristic, right? Word 2010 makes 3-D easy
by offering a number of shape styles that apply the effects for you. But you can further
customize the look if you like. For example, you can set the depth and height of an object,
apply a special surface covering such as metal or plastic, and choose the way in which you
want the light to reflect off the shape’s surface.
Changing 3-D Effects
To change or add 3-D effects to the shapes in your document, you can use several of the
choices in the Shape Effects gallery. For example, Bevel settings make the shape appear
to rise up from the surface of the page; Shadow adds depth and a sense of background.
You can also use the 3-D Rotation choices to skew the shape and give it a more
threedimensional feel (see Figure 17-23). Position the pointer over an item to preview how it
will look in the document. When you find the one you like, click it to select it.
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