Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Using WordArt for special titles and headings, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- [Instructor] If you'd like to have a specialized title…on a Worksheet, instead of putting data in column A…and then centering that by way of merge and center…on the Home tab and certainly nothing wrong with that.…You might want to explore a more expansive feature…found on the Insert tab, and it's easy to overlook it…because it's way off to the right under Text,…and you'll see a slanted A.…Word Art add some artistic flare to your document…using a Word Art text box.…There's a drop arrow there, and what do we see?…A letter style…let's pick one for starters.…
I'll pick this one right here.…Immediately we see a box here.…It says Your text.…Click up here.…Highlight this; start typing.…Current expenses or expenses, I think it's,…last year, 2016.…Notice what also has occurred a contextual dialog box…called Format up above.…Before using this often, what you'll want to do…is click the border to make sure…that we're about to apply an effect to the entire list here.…First thing that might catch your eye are shape styles.…
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