Printing Shadows in PowerPoint 2010

Now that Office has gotten much better at editing pictures, sometimes it’s just easier to put together a poster/banner/whatever in than opening an image editor. However, when you go to print said image, doesn’t by default print the lovely drop shadows that you overused. Today we’re going to re-enable that ability.

1. From the Ribbon, choose [File], then [Options].

2. On the Options Window, choose [Advanced], scroll down to the “Print” section, and check the box next to “High Quality”. You’re all set!

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