Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
The WordArt button on the Insert tab opens a gallery containing a number of fancy text
styles you can employ to create impressive logos and headings. After you click the effect
you want in the gallery, a new WordArt object appears on the worksheet. You can then type
your text and modify the WordArt object, as shown in Figure 10-15. Notice that selected
WordArt objects display the same handles as shapes, including the free rotate panhandle.
The Shape Styles group and the WordArt Styles group contain controls you use to change
the look of the WordArt object. These groups appear on the Drawing Tools Format tab, a
hidden tab that appears on the ribbon when you select a WordArt object, as shown in
Figure 10-15 Use the WordArt button to create stunning logos and headings.
The WordArt Styles gallery on the Drawing Tools Format tab displays a selection of
WordArt effects. This gallery is similar to the one displayed by clicking the WordArt button
on the Insert tab, except that instead of creating a new WordArt object, you can use the