Using WordArt


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Using WordArt

Because Publisher 2010 is part of the Office 2010 Suite of Applications, you have access to some of the functionality you'll find in those other programs, like Microsoft Word, for example. One of them is WordArt, which is the ability to take text and turn it into a graphic. And that's what we're going to do right now, continuing with our brochure. Let's go to page 1. We'll scroll over to the left-hand panel, and up to the top where we see Two Trees Olive Oil. This is plain old text that appears in a text box, but we can change that to WordArt if we want.

So, I'll just click inside there, and then we'll just triple-click to select everything and press Delete. The other option is just to click on the border and press Delete to remove the entire text box. Now it's time to insert the WordArt. The key word is insert. We go to the Insert tab, and here is where you're going to find the WordArt in the Text group. Notice WordArt has a dropdown, so we click this an...

Using WordArt
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Using WordArt provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Publisher 2010 Essential Training

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Business
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