If you are an individual who uses Microsoft Word to create greeting cards, brochures, calendars, event posters or any other materials that you may share with clients or an audience; you may want your fonts to look attractive with effects that will make the document font stand out from other fonts in the document. What if you want some text in your document to be blurry, and you don’t know how to do it? There are a few tricks in Microsoft Word that you can use to blur your text.
How to Make Font Blurry in Word
Follow the steps below to make font blurry in Microsoft Word:
- Launch Microsoft Word.
- Type some text in the document.
- Highlight the text.
- On the Home tab in the Font group, click the Text & Typography Effect button and hover over Glow.
- Click Glow Options.
- A text format effect pane will appear on the right.
- In the pane, under Glow, click the Preset drop-down menu and select a Glow.
- Click the color button and choose a color close to the font color.
- Change the size and transparency, this will determine what the blur will look like.
- Close the Format Text effect pane.
- Click the Text and Typography Effect button again and hover over Style Sets.
- Choose an option from the list; this is optional.
- Now we have soft focus style text in the Word document.
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Type some text in the document.
Highlight the text.
On the Homepage tab in the Character font group, click the Text effect and typography button and place the cursor on Shine.
Click on Glow options.
A Format text effects pane will appear on the right.
In the Format text effects pane under Shine, click it Preset drop-down arrow and select a Shine from the menu.
Click it Color and choose a color close to the color of the font.
Change the Cut and Transparency will determine what the blur will look like.
Close the Format text effects window.
Click it Text effect and typography button again and hover over Stylistic sets.
Choose an option from the list; this is optional.
Now we have soft focus style text in the Word document.
Read: Fix blurry fonts or poor display scaling in Office programs.
What is a blur?
A definition of blur is to make something blurry and less distinct. Individuals would use the blur effect in image editing programs to make images and text look blotchy, which can make the image look artistic.
How do I blur something in Word?
To blur something, open Word’s Settings and use Insert > Shape to mark the area you want to blur. Then go to the Format tab > Shape Fill > Eyedropper. and click on a part of the image whose color is similar to the color you want for the blurred shape. On the Format tab, select Shape Effects > Soft Edges. That should help!
We hope this tutorial helps you understand how to blur fonts in Word. If you have any questions about the tutorial, let us know in the comments.