Guide on How to Make Word Art in Microsoft Word for Beginners

Guide on How to Make Word Art in Microsoft Word for Beginners

Geekers - Did you know that Microsoft Word has a feature to make writing beautiful and cool? If you are a loyal Microsoft Word user you will know. Yes, the feature is called Word Art. Word Art is a beautiful text that can be made in the Microsoft Word program.


The function of Word Art is to beautify or cool a piece of writing. Usually the word art is placed in the title on the cover. However, sometimes when we use word art, our writing can be unclear, but for friends who like and are happy in the world of design, this Word Art feature is perfect as a medium to express your design ideas.



But if we want to make a report in a formal form, try not to need to use this Word Art feature. However, if we are going to design a magazine or anything that involves the beauty of writing and creativity, this Word Art feature is perfect for use.


How to Make Word Art in Microsoft Word


Word Art is rarely used for daily work in offices which usually only make formal writing. Word Art is often used in the world of work related to design. Then, how do you use and create Word Art? Actually to make Word Art is very easy. Just follow the steps on how to create word art in Microsoft Word below.


1. First, please open whatever version of Microsoft Word you have.



2. Then, please click on the insert tab at the top. As in the picture below.


insert inserts



3. Then, please click on the A word Art icon. As in the picture below.


word art icon word art icon


4. Then, please select the model or form of word art that you want. As in the picture below.


select the word art shape select the word art shape


5. Then, the words “Your Text Here” will appear. Please type in the text you want in the text.


change text change text


6. An example of writing is as shown in the image below. The image below still looks plain, no effects have been added to word art.


managed to succeed


7. Then, if you want to add some effects to your writing, please click on your writing. As in the picture below.


click text click text


8. Then, please select icon A as shown below. Then, you will see some effects that you can use. Please choose according to what you want.



select effect select effect


9. An example of the result of writing after being given an effect, as shown below. The image below only uses the Transform and Shadow effects. Please adjust the effect you want to use.


result result


10. Done.


Effect settings in Word Art are not what they used to be. If you are already using word version 2013, the effect on Word Art has been made the same as the effect on normal writing. But, maybe if you're still using the 2003 version, the display of the effect settings will still be the same as before. You can set the color of the text, the shape of the text, the spacing, the size of the text, the position and so on.


effect effect


Then, is it possible if we want to make Word Art on the writing that we have made?


The answer is of course you can. How to? Immediately follow the steps below:


1. First, please block the writing that you want to make Word Art. As in the picture below.


writing block writing block


2. Then, please select the insert tab above. As in the picture below.


insert inserts


3. Then, please select the Word Art icon and select the form of writing you want. As in the picture below.


word art icon word art icon


4. Tadaaaa. Your writing has been successfully converted into Word Art. As in the picture below.


result result


5. If you want to give an effect, just do it like the steps above.


6. Done.


That's all for this tutorial about how to easily create Word Art in Microsoft Word. Hopefully this tutorial can be useful. Thank you 🙂



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