When would you use a text effects? What parts of a document would be ones that you would want to use text effects on?
1. Be consistent
Choose one effect or effect combination and one color theme for your text effects. And use text effects in specific, only in headings. [ Also, because text effects can make the text thicker and harder to read, consider using effects only for larger text, such as headings and the title.
2. Use styles
If you apply a style to a heading and then apply text effects, you can select
the heading, right-click the style in the Styles gallery, and then click Update style to match selection. Now all your headings with that style will display the same text effects.
3. Speak, don't scream
People tend to avoid looking at ads or any content that looks like an ad, so take care to add effects that suit your content aren't flashy for the sake of flash.
4. Keep it readable
Be sure that the text is still easy to read (and not a big blob of colorful shapes). Graphic designers will tell you that text is just shapes on the page. And they're right. But these shapes are communicating a message- and the effects are there to play a supporting role, not the star.
5. Think about your message and your audience
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