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Creating WordArt

Click where you want the WordArt image to go.

Open the Insert menu, choose Picture, and select WordArt. (If your Drawing toolbar is displayed, you can also click the Insert WordArt button on this toolbar.)

The WordArt Gallery dialog box opens. Click the look that you want to start with, and click the OK button.

The Edit WordArt Text window appears.

INTRODUCTION

When you add images to a document, you aren't limited to working with images separate from your text. WordArt lets you add flair to your text itself. It's perfect for creating splashy headings and titles. You start with a basic “look” for your word or phrase, and then tweak it to get the exact effect you want. Once you've created a WordArt image, you can use the techniques described earlier in this part to move or resize it, or to add borders.


Type the text for your WordArt image, replacing the Your Text Here dummy text. (The text won't take on the look you chose in step 3 until it's inserted in your document.)

Use the Font and Size drop-down lists and the Bold and Italic buttons to make additional adjustments to the text.

Click the OK button.

The WordArt image is inserted in your document.


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