Text Wrapping In Word 2007

(Legacy) Microsoft Office 2007: Editing WordArt in Word

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This article is based on legacy software.

After creating WordArt, you can change its color and style to make it even more appealing. This document includes instructions on the following topics that apply to Word:

Options on the Format Command Tab

When a
WordArt
text box is selected, the
Format
command tab should be active. In the
WordArt Styles
group, commands for editing your
WordArt
will appear.

The following table identifies buttons commonly used for working with
WordArt.

Adjusting WordArt Colors

Fill color and line color may be adjusted in
WordArt. Fill color is the color of the inside of the letters, and line color is the color of the letters’ borders.

Adjusting Fill Color

  1. Double click the
    WordArt
    image.

  2. From the
    Format
    command tab, in the
    WordArt Styles
    group, click
    Shape Fill

    shape fill

    » select the desired color.
    NOTE: If the Format command tab is not visible, from the Ribbon, select the
    Format
    command tab.

  3. (Optional) To fill your
    WordArt
    with a texture, gradient, or picture, in the
    WordArt Styles
    group, click
    Shape Fill

    » select the appropriate fill type » select the desired option.

Adjusting Outline Color

This option is available only if the
WordArt
in use contains outlines.

  1. Double click the
    WordArt
    image.

  2. From the
    Dimensi
    command tab, in the
    WordArt Styles
    group, click
    Shape Outline

    shape outline

    » select the desired outline color.
    NOTE: If the Ukuran command tab is not visible, from the Ribbon, select the
    Format
    command tab.

  3. (Optional) To add a patterned outline or change the line style of the outline, in the
    WordArt Styles
    group, click
    Shape Fill
    » select the appropriate option » select the desired line style.

Editing WordArt Text

You can easily change the spelling or words of the
WordArt

you have created.

  1. Double click the
    WordArt
    image.

  2. From the
    Format
    command tab, in the
    Text
    group, click
    Edit Text…

    edit text

    The
    Edit WordArt
    Text
    dialog box appears.

    NOTE: If the Format command tab is not visible, from the Ribbon, select the
    Matra
    command tab.

  3. In the
    Text

    text box, make your changes.

  4. Click
    OK.

Changing WordArt Font Face & Size

If the font or size of the
WordArt
letters do not siul you, use the commands available on the
Ribbon
to dimensi your
WordArt.

  1. Select the
    WordArt
    image.

  2. From the
    Format
    command tab, in the
    Text
    group, click
    Edit Text...


    edit text

    The
    Edit WordArt Text
    dialog box appears.

  3. From the
    Font
    pull-down list, select a font.

  4. From the
    Size
    pull-down list, select a font size.
    HINT: You may also adjust the size by using the image handles. To adjust proportionally using the image handles, hold [Shift] down while moving a corner image handle.

  5. Click
    OK.

Changing WordArt Shapes

WordArt
allows you to mold its text into a particular shape.

  1. Double click the
    WordArt
    image.

  2. From the
    Ukuran
    command tab, in the
    WordArt Styles
    group, click
    Change Shape
    » select the desired shape
    The
    WordArt
    shape adjusts.
    change shape

Rotating WordArt

To slant or rotate your
WordArt
image, you can use the dialog box to specify an exact rotation value.

NOTE: The text wrapping style for your WordArt must be something other than In Line With Text before you can rotate it. For information on changing the text wrapping style, see Wrapping Text around WordArt below.

  1. Select the
    WordArt
    image.

  2. From the
    Format
    command tab, in the
    Arrange
    group, click
    Rotate

    rotate
    » select

    More Rotation Options…


    The
    Matra WordArt
    dialog box appears, with the
    Size
    tab displayed.
    format wordart

  3. In the
    Rotate
    section, use the
    Rotation
    nudge button to select the desired angle.
    OR

    In the
    Rotation
    text box, type the desired angle.

  4. Click
    OK.
    The rotation is applied to the
    WordArt.

Wrapping Text with WordArt

For a professional-looking document, wrapping text around your
WordArt
image will improve its uniformity and will titinada interrupt the text. In addition, there may be times when you want to place your WordArt in front of or behind the text.

Wrapping Text: Quick Menu Option

  1. Select the
    WordArt
    image.

  2. Right click your
    WordArt
    » select

    Format WordArt…


    The
    Format WordArt
    dialog box appears.

  3. Select the

    Layout

    tab.

  4. Under
    Wrapping
    style, select a style.

  5. Under
    Horizontal alignment, select a position.
    Bloknot:

    This option is only available if the selected text wrapping style is not set to In Line With Text.
    To move the WordArt to a custom position within the document, select
    Other.

  6. (Optional) To set more specific settings for the position of your
    WordArt, click
    Advanced…

    The
    Advanced Layout
    dialog box appears.
  7. Select the

    Text Wrapping

    tab.
  8. Select the desired options text wrap style for your
    WordArt.

    Wrap text


    Available with only certain text wrapping styles; allows you to decide whether text wraps around an object on both sides or only a specific side.

    Distance from text

    Allows you to specify a set distance between an object and the text wrapping around it; available with only certain wrapping styles.

  9. Click
    OK.

  10. Click
    OK.
    The text wrap is applied to the
    WordArt.

Wrapping Text: Ribbon Option

  1. Select the
    WordArt
    image.

  2. From the
    Matra
    command tab, in the
    Arrange
    group, click
    Text Wrapping
    » select the desired text wrapping option.
    text wrapping

  3. (Optional) To set more advanced options,
    1. In the
      Arrange
      group, click
      Text Wrapping
      » select

      More Layout Options…


      The
      Advanced Layout
      dialog box appears.
    2. Select the

      Text Wrapping

      tab.
    3. Select the desired options.

      Wrapping style

      Allows you to select a text wrap style for your
      WordArt.

      Wrap text


      Available with only certain text wrapping styles; allows you to decide whether text wraps around an object on both sides or only a specific side.

      Distance from text

      Allows you to specify a set distance between an object and the text wrapping around it; available with only certain wrapping styles.

    4. Click
      OK.

Adding a Shadow to WordArt

Depending on the font and the
WordArt
shape you have selected, a shadow effect can enhance your
WordArt
image.

  1. Select the
    WordArt
    image.

  2. From the
    Dimensi
    command tab, in the
    Shadow Effects
    group, click
    Shadow Effects
    » select the desired effect.
    shadow effects

    The effect is applied to the selected
    WordArt.

Adding a 3-D Effect to WordArt

A three-dimensional effect can give depth to your
WordArt
image.

  1. Select the
    WordArt
    image.

  2. From the
    Format
    command tab, in the
    3-D Effects
    group, click
    3-D Effects
    » select the desired effect

    HINT: For more information about 3-D effects, please refer to Customizing 3-D.
    3D effects

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