Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Use WordArt to Jazz Up Text
Create a new blank slide or use an existing presentation.
1.
Click the Insert tab in the Ribbon.
2.
Click the WordArt button to open the WordArt Gallery
(see Figure 7-7).
3.
Click a style you want to use for new text on your slide.
A WordArt placeholder is automatically added to your
slide.
4.
Start typing to replace the default text (see Figure 7-8).
5.
To edit the WordArt text attributes, choose one of the
following:
• Choose from drop-down menus in the Word Art
Styles format area on the Ribbon to change font
colors.
• Right-click the WordArt object to open a context
menu and choose Format Shape to open the Format
Shape dialog box (refer to Figure 7-5). In the Format
Shape dialog box, you can make choices for line,
fill, shadow, and 3D appearances.
• Click the Format tab that appears when you have a
WordArt object selected (see Figure 7-8). The Ribbon
changes to reflect a number of different tools you can
use to change WordArt font attributes.
6.
Figure 7-7: Click WordArt in the Insert tab
Figure 7-8: Type the text you want to appear in the WordArt object
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