WordArt is Microsoft's fancy term for displaying text in different graphical styles that you can stretch or resize on a page. You can crate WordArt from scratch or from existing text.
To create WordArt, follow these steps:
1. (Optional) Select the text you want to convert into WordArt. (If you skip this step, you have to type in text later.)
2. Click the Insert tab.
3. Click WordArt.
The WordArt menu appears, as shown in Figure 6-26.
4. Click a WordArt style.
The Edit WordArt Text dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 6-27.
The WordArt menu displays different graphical styles to display your text.
The Edit WordArt
Text dialog box lets you type or edit text.
5. Type or edit text and then click OK.
Word displays your text as WordArt in your document.
6. (Optional) Move the mouse pointer over a WordArt handle (on the edge or the corner), hold down the left mouse button, and drag (move) the mouse to resize your WordArt.
To edit your WordArt, right-click the WordArt. From the pop-up menu that appears, choose Edit Text. The Edit WordArt Text dialog box appears so you can edit your text.
You can delete WordArt by clicking it and then pressing Delete.