How to edit a WordArt Object in Microsoft Word 2013 on a Windows 7 PC?
Once you have inserted the WordArt Objects in your Microsoft Word 2013 application, you can easily get back to it to edit the text and thereby make it more relevant to you. Like it is easy to create an object, in the same manner you can also edit the content easily and thereby make your documents much more appealing and professional-looking. Editing a WordArt Object means anything from formatting the text to increasing or decreasing the size of the text and from selecting different shapes for it to setting the space between characters. Yes, you can do all of this and much more on your Microsoft Word 2013 document.
If you are using a Windows 7-based PC, here is what you need to do:
- Open Microsoft Word 2013 and then open a saved document.
- Go to the ‘Insert’ tab and in the ‘Text’ option, click ‘WordArt’ to open WordArt menu.
- Insert the WordArt object in your document.
- Select the WordArt object, and then you can either:
- Select different ‘Shape Style’, ‘Shape Fill’ and ‘Shape Effects’ options under the ‘Shape Styles’ group.
- Under ‘WordArt Styles’ group, you can change the WordArt style and color.
- You can also transform the WordArt object from ‘WordArt Styles’ group.
- Under ‘Text’ group, you can set the ‘Text Direction’ and align the text the way you want.
- Under ‘Arrange’ group, you can set the position of the WordArt object and align it according to your preference.
- You can also rotate or flip the WordArt object.Â
Simple and effective, isn’t it? Here is a short solution video that you can check out to better comprehend the steps. Bookmark it if you want to refer to it later.
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