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Shadow Settings for the Shapes in MS Word

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Hi,

I would like to know how to to make the shadowing of a "BOX" shape in WORD/Powerpoint having the effetc to the right & left side of the shape.

In menus I can see either Left / Right not possible to do both at the same time.

But the attached sample picture will show that SHADOW is available in bottom RIGHT & LEFT of the shapes.
ShadowSettings-Highlighted.JPG
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You can put one darker box behind a lighter one to give it the same effect. See attached

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Thank you...
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