WordArt style to text in PowerPoint 2013
Learn Basics about WordArt in PowerPoint
To apply a WordArt style to content: A WordArt Style will consequently apply a few impacts to your content without a moment’s delay. You would then be able to refine the look of your content by including or changing content impacts.
- Select a text box, or select some text inside of the text box.
- On the Format tab, click the More drop-down arrow in the WordArt Styles group.
- A drop-down menu of WordArt Styles will appear. Select the style you want to use.
- The text will appear in the selected style. If desired, you can change the font or font color from the Home tab.
To add or modify text effects:
- Select a text box, or select some text inside of the text box. The Format tab will appear.
- On the Format tab, click the Text Effects command in the WordArt Styles group.
- A drop-down menu will appear showing the different effect categories. Hover the mouse over an effect category, then select the desired effect from the menu that appears.
- The effect will be applied to your text. If you want, you can combine several different effects.
In the WordArt Styles group, you can also use the Text Fill and Text Outline drop-down boxes to modify the fill and outline color.
Working with shapes and text boxes
PowerPoint’s large shape collection allows you to organize and design the image you want. While you may not need shapes in every presentation you create, they can add visual appeal.
To insert a shape:
- Select the Insert tab, then click the Shapes command in the Illustrations group. A drop-down menu of shapes will appear.
- Select the desired shape.
- Snap, hold, and drag in the coveted area to add the shape to the slide.On the off chance that coveted, you can enter message in a shape. At the point when the shape shows up in your record, you can just start composing. You would then be able to utilize the formatting options on the Home tab to change the textual style, text dimension, or shade of the content.
Altering a shape or content box
When you click a shape or content box, handles will create the impression that let you control the shape. There are a few sorts of handles:
Estimating handles: Click, hold, and drag the sizing handles until the shape or content box is the coveted size. You can utilize the corner estimating handles to change the height and width at a similar time.
- Yellow handles: Some shapes have one or more yellow handles that can be used to customize the shape. For example, with arrow shapes, you can adjust the width of the line and arrow tip.
- Rotation handle: Click, hold, and drag the rotation handle to rotate the shape.
In addition to resizing, customizing, and rotating shapes, you can align, order, and group them. To learn more, visit our lesson on Arranging Objects.
Formatting shapes and text boxes
PowerPoint allows you to modify shapes and text boxes in a variety of ways so you can tailor them to your projects. You can change shapes and text boxes into different shapes, format their style and color, and add shadow effects.
To change to a different shape:
- Select the shape or text box you want to change. The Format tab will appear.
- On the Format tab, click the Edit Shape command. In the menu that appears, hover the mouse over Change Shape and select the desired shape.
- The new shape will appear.
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