Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
➜ Select the shape to activate the handles, and then do any of the following:
Drag the white sizing handles to change the external dimensions of the shape.
Drag the yellow adjustment handle or handles to change the internal
dimensions of the shape without changing its size.
Drag the rotating handle to adjust the angle of rotation of the shape.
1. Select the shape, and then enter the text.
2. On the Format tool tab, in the WordArt Styles group, click the Quick Styles button
if necessary to display the WordArt gallery and then, in the WordArt gallery, click
the text style you want.
On the Home tab, in the Font group, use the commands to set the font, font size,
and font formatting options you want.
3. To modify the text formatting, click the Text Fill , Text Outline , or Text Effects arrow,
and then select the formatting options you want.
1. Click the shape from which you want to copy the formatting.
2. On the Home tab, in the Clipboard group, click the Format Painter button once,
and then click another shape to copy the formatting to that one shape.
Double-click the Format Painter button, click one or more shapes to copy the
formatting to those shapes, and then click the Format Painter button or press the Esc
key to turn off the Format Painter tool.
To apply the attributes of a shape to all future shapes in the active ➤
➜ Right-click the shape, and then click Set as Default Shape .