Ever scratched your head over the images in your presentation? And wished that they looked more unique and not like they were bought off a store? At the end of the tutorial below, you will learn how to make your text and text boxes have a granite or metallic effect.
Follow the 11-step instruction on how to create and emboss effect in PowerPoint for your presentation and impress your audience!
- Draw a rectangle on a slide fill with a granite texture. To do so simply right click on the rectangle and select Format Picture. On the dialog box click Fill, select Picture or texture fill. From the Texture dropdown select Granite.
- Draw a frame shape from the Basic Shapes category.
- Right click on the frame shape and go to Format Picture. Click on 3-D Format. On the Bevel category click on the Top dropdown and select Bevel Circle.
- On the Surface category choose Material and select Metal from the dropdown.
- Next, from the lighting dropdown select Harsh.
- Enter Angle with 50o
- Type the text and place it within the frame
- Select the text and right click on it. Go to Format Text Effects
- On the dialog box Click on 3-D Format. On the Bevel category click on the Top dropdown select Bevel Circle.
- On the Surface category select Plastic from the Material dropdown.
- Select Flood from the Lighting dropdown and finally click Close
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