How to rotate a WordArt Object in Microsoft Word 2013 on a Windows 7 PC?
Are you looking for options using which you can impress your teammates or business associates? Well, you can start off by adding more dimensions to your Microsoft Word document! You don’t need to do much to get this done; you can create masterpiece documents by adding WordArt Objects and also formatting them to make an impact. Rotating an object can give you a mirror-like effect, a flipping effect, and also an effect in which your text would appear larger than the words it is attempting to convey. So, if you don’t yet know how you can do it, here is something that will be handy for you.
The simple steps that you can use in order to rotate a WordArt Object in the Microsoft Word 2013 include:
- Select the WordArt object on the document and then click on the ‘Format’ tab.
- Under ‘Arrange’ group, open the ‘Rotate Objects’ menu. You can select ‘Rotate Right 90 degree’ OR ‘Rotate Left 90 degree’ to rotate the WordArt objects.
- To rotate it in more different angles, click ‘More Rotation Options’.
- Under ‘Rotate’ option, type the degree value you want to rotate the WordArt object and then click ‘OK’.
Amazing, isn’t it? Now you can make your mark through the typed in text and depending upon how much you want to rotate the objects, you can select from the default degrees available or enter the value that best suits your requirements.
For a quick recap of the steps, here is a short solution video that you can check out…