Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Inserting WordArt
In this section, you’ll change the font to Arial, the size to 12 pixels, and the font style to bold.
You’ll then resize a text box, and add a border and i ll.
Double-click the border of the text box. On the Home tab, click the down-arrow to the
right side of the Font group and select Arial.
Click the down-arrow to the right side of the font size and select 12. Click the Bold ( )
and Italic ( ) icons.
In the Alignment group, click the Center icon ( ).
Click and drag the sizing handle in the bottom-middle of the text box until you reach
the line below row 26.
Select the Format tab and in the Shape Styles group, click the third style called Colored
Outline - Red, Accent 2. Excel displays a red border around the text box.
Click the Shape Fill icon ( ). The Shape Fill menu appears.
Select a i ll for the text box from the
Shape Fill menu.
Select the third color from the left in the top row, directly under Theme Colors. Excel
applies a gray i ll to the text box.
Inserting WordArt
WordArt is text that behaves as a graphic. You will i nd the WordArt command on the Insert
tab in the Text group on the Ribbon. Be sure that the text box is not selected before you
begin this exercise.
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