Adding Shadow and Strikethrough to Text
You can use the Fonts window to create and format shadows on text and mark text
with a strikethrough line.
Here are ways to add a strikethrough and shadows:
To add a strikethrough to selected text, click Fonts in the toolbar, click the Text
Strikethrough button, and choose None, Single, or Double from the pop-up menu.
Or select text, and choose Format > Font > Strikethrough.
A strikethrough appears through the selected text in the same color as the text. To
change the strikethrough color, choose Color from the Text Strikethrough pop-up
menu, and then select a color in the Colors window. The strikethrough takes on the
color you selected, but the text retains its original color.
To add a shadow to selected text, click Fonts in the toolbar, and then click the Text
Drag the shadow opacity slider (the first slider on the left) to the right to make the
Drag the shadow blur slider (the middle slider) to the right to make the shadow
Drag the shadow offset slider (the third slider) to the right to separate the shadow
from the text.
Rotate the Shadow Angle wheel to set the direction of the shadow.
To set text shadows using the Graphic inspector, see “
Adding Shadows” on page 168
for more information.
Many templates include a strikethrough character style. To display the character styles
defined for your document, click the Character Styles button in the format bar. You
can also select the text you want to strike through, and then choose the strikethrough
character style in the Styles drawer.