One of PowerPoint 2007’s new features is reflections. You can create reflected text in earlier versions, too, using WordArt.
Click the WordArt button on the Formatting toolbar. In the WordArt gallery, choose a simple option (nothing wavy), and click OK.
Enter the text you want in the Edit WordArt Text dialog box. If you want to reflect the entire text, it shouldn’t wrap to the next line, as the reflection of the first line will interfere with the second line. However, you can reflect just the last line of some longer text. In this case, press Enter where you want the text to go to the next line, as shown here. You can change the font at this point, too. Click OK.
Select the typewriter effect wordpress and choose Format WordArt from the WordArt toolbar that appears. On the Colors and Lines tab, in the Fill section, click the Color drop-down list and choose Fill Effects.
On the Gradient tab, click One Color and choose a color. Drag the slider slightly to the Light side. Choose the Horizontal shading style and choose the variant that shows the lighter color on top. Click OK.
Back in the Format WordArt dialog box, look in the Line section. If the Color drop-down list doesn’t say No Line, click the drop-down list and choose No Line.
Click the Shadow Settings button on the Drawing toolbar. If No Shadow isn’t selected, choose No Shadow. Many of the WordArt formats include a shadow, but this will ruin the reflection effect.
Select the WordArt, and press Ctrl+D to duplicate it. Move it below the original text. If you want to reflect only the bottom line of text, double-click it and change the text so that it contains only the bottom line.