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This is a student's question from a MS PowerPoint class that I taught recently:
I need your help to use WordArt in PowerPoint to change the shape of some text, but I cannot figure out how to do it. Our textbook does not seem to be any help, nor is the help function in PowerPoint. The WordArt button on the Insert tab only lets me change the colors and style, not the shapes. I remember we did it in class, but I have been unable to re-create it.
WordArt is a way to add PIZZAZZ to your text. It's great for grabbing a reader's attention in your documents. Design Tip: As with all graphics, bullets, and special effects, a little goes a long way. Use these features wisely and you won't overload your readers.
Changing the shape of WordArt in PowerPoint is a simple task:
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