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Adding WordArt effects
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4 If you want to add a three-dimensional effect, on the Drawing
Tools | Format contextual tab, in the WordArt Styles group, click
Text Effects and then click 3-D Rotation. In the gallery that opens,
point to the thumbnails while you watch the live preview in the
WordArt object. When you see the appearance that you want, click
the thumbnail to apply the rotation to the object.
5 If you want to warp the WordArt text into a circle, an arch, or
other shapes, on the Drawing Tools | Format contextual tab, in the
WordArt Styles group, click Text Effects and then click Transform. In
the gallery that opens, point to the thumbnails while you watch the
live preview in the WordArt object. When you see the appearance
that you want, click the thumbnail to apply the transformation to
the object.
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TRY ThIs If the amount of rotation isn’t quite what you want,
or if you’d like to experiment with additional formatting, click
3-D Rotation Options at the bottom of the 3-D Rotation gallery to
open the Format Picture pane. Use the controls in the 3-D Format and
3-D Rotation sections of the pane to adjust the formatting.
TIP To use a transformation that consists of two or three lines
of text, first insert manual line breaks (Shift+Enter) in the text of
the WordArt object to form the separate lines.
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