How to Emboss Text in Microsoft Word?

How to Emboss Text in Microsoft Word

How to Emboss Text in Microsoft Word? Some text effect features featured in the font settings of Word 2007 and earlier, such as embossing and engraving, are not available in Microsoft Word 2013. However, you may simulate embossed text using some of the text effects available, like outlines and shadows that make the script appear elevated on the document.

How to Emboss Text in Microsoft Word?

Another alternative is to use the Text Effects gallery to select a pre-formatted choice.

Text Effects

Choose a bold typeface, such as Arial Black. Enter the words that will have an embossed effect. Select the text and then click the dialogue launcher in the Font group’s lower-right corner. In the resulting dialogue box, click the “Text Effects” button. In the Text Fill area, select a light colour, such as white. Select “Solid Line” and black or another dark colour from the “Text Outline” menu. Choose “3-D Format.” Select the first option under Bevel from the “Top” drop-down arrow. To apply, press the “Close” and “OK” buttons.

Choose a Style

Enter the words that will have an embossed effect. Again, a large font is better. Select the text and then, in the Fonts group, click the “Text Effect” drop-down arrow. To see how your text will look, point to the font styles in the gallery at the top of the selections. Select the desired option, such as “Fill – White, Drop Shadow.”

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