WordArt is a tool developed by Microsoft that became very popular thanks to MS Word. Some of you are too young to remember this, but the best part of doing schoolwork in Word was making the title with WordArt.
Why have boring and monotonous text if you could give your headlines more visual presence and special effects?
Why settle for just Microsoft Word?
We’ve already shown how cool WordArt is and how to generate it. However, you’ve got to keep in mind that nowadays you can enjoy making creative titles in different programs like Excel, you can even have WordArt in PowerPoint. You can also create WordArt in Google Docs!
Yes, I’m not kidding.
Give your slides a retro look and leave boring old work presentations behind.
How to insert new Word Art in PowerPoint
Inserting a Word Art into PowerPoint is not much different than doing it in Microsoft Word, so you don’t have to worry.
This is all you have to do:
Select a text box or select a text.
On the Format tab, click the arrow in the WordArt box. You will see that a menu of the styles and effects of WordArt will be displayed.
Select the style you want to use for your text.
The text will appear in the selected style. If you want, you can change the font or font color on the Home tab.
Change Word Art in PowerPoint
Easy peasy, right? You already have your WordArt design on your slide just like old times.
But that is not all.
You don’t have to settle for the default layouts, as you can modify WordArt in PowerPoint to your liking. You just have to follow the following steps:
Select a text box or select a text within the text box.
On the Format tab, click the Text Effects command in the WordArt style group.
A drop-down menu will appear showing the different effect categories. Select the desired effect from the menu that appears.
If you prefer, you can combine several different effects in the same text.
You can change the colors, borders, fill, fonts, transparency, etc. Take out the Picasso in you and let your creativity run wild.
This way, your headings will have their own style and your slides will stand out from the rest.
Do you prefer a title in bold or italic? How about a 3D effect? Change the borders to match the background or set no borders at all!
It’s time to start animating your texts and putting the finishing touches on your presentation. Make sure your transitions are as creative as your Word Arts in PowerPoint.
There are no more excuses for having boring and uncreative designs on your slides. You already know how to insert a new WordArt into PowerPoint as you used to in Word when you were a kid.
When you’re giving a presentation, you don’t want to use large paragraphs of text that no one wants to read. Instead, you want to show off captivating designs that grab people’s attention.
Customize your headings and give your prints a more impressive and attractive style.