How to insert a WordArt Object in Microsoft Word 2013 on a Windows 7-based PC?
If your work requires you to regularly use the Microsoft Word 2013 application, you will find the WordArt Objects pretty handy. Of course, the WordArt Gallery offers you host of ways in which you can customize your text and make it stand out; 3D, curved, slanted, bold… you can try out these and many more. However, to be able to use the options available in the gallery, you should know the process in which you can insert the WordArt Objects. Here are the simple steps provided for you below that can help you to type in specially formatted text using the WordArt Objects.
If you are using a Windows 7-based PC, this is what you can do:
- Open Microsoft Word 2013 and then open any saved document.
- Go to the ‘Insert’ tab and in the ‘Text’ option, click ‘WordArt’ to open the WordArt menu.
- Select the option you want to choose from the menu and the WordArt object will be inserted into the document.
- Now you can type the text you want.
Once you have typed in the text using the special format, you can customize the same by resizing the size of the content, changing the position of the content, and also rotating the same in order to make it look professional and highlighted. To comprehend the above steps in a better manner, here is a short solution video that you can check out. To watch it now, click below: