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May 13, 2010

Drop Shadow Effect on MS Paint

Necessary Tool: 1 open window of MS Paint

  1. Open your MS Paint.
  2. Select the text tool. Then select the color of your shadow. I used black on this tutorial.
  3. Now type in your text with your desired font and size.
  4. Then type the same text this time with a different color but with the same font type and size as the first one!
  5. Now grab your select tool and select your second text. Drag it on top of your shadow. Your image should now look like this!
  6. Now crop your image! This is how mine turned out!

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