How to move a WordArt Object in front of & behind text in Microsoft Word 2013 on a Windows 7 PC?
One very interesting way of making your Microsoft Word 2013 documents make an impressive impact on your viewers is to use the WordArt Objects. Since these bring in along with them a host of formatting options, styles, and other features, you may love to adorn your documents with the WordArt Objects. However, while you are doing it, you may notice that the objects have moved to behind the text in your document or vice versa. If this arrangement is what you aren’t happy with, you can easily change the orientation of the same by moving your text to the front or behind as is applicable in your case. Don’t worry if you haven’t yet used these steps previously; by following the simple steps mentioned here, you can conveniently complete the task.Â
The step-wise solution to the above issue on a Windows 7-based PC is as follows:Â
- Select the WordArt object on the document and then click on the ‘Format’ tab.
- Under ‘Arrange’ group, select ‘Bring in Front of Text’ to move the WordArt object in front of the text.
- To move the WordArt object to behind the text, select ‘Send Behind Text’ under ‘Arrange’ group.Â
Isn’t it amazing that you could provide your Microsoft Word 2013 documents an all new-look by applying just these three steps? Keep them handy to refer to them again, sometime later. For now, enjoy a quick recall of the steps by watching the solution video provided below: