When it comes to presentation, you will want to make the text on your slides look as professional as possible. Google Slides offers a number of ways that you can change the way your text looks, including the ability to curve text. This can be a great way to add a bit of style to your slides and make them really stand out.
So, how do you curve text in Google Slides? Well, it’s a bit tricky as there is no direct way to do it. However, there is a workaround that you can use to achieve the same result.
How to Curve Text in Google Slides using Troygram
Troygram is an online tool that you can use to add text to your slides. Simply head over to the Troygram website and create an account. Once you have done this, you will find the Text & Monogram Tools option in the bottom-right of their homepage. Open the page.
Now find and press on the Curved Text option.
On the new page, press the Enter Text option and enter your preferred text.
The text will automatically be curved and you will find it in the below box display. You can copy the curved text as an image (Left-click > Copy Image) and paste it on the Google Slide. That’s it; you are done!
How to Curve Text in Google Slides using MockoFun
MockoFun is another great online tool that you can use to curve text. Simply head over to the MockoFun website and create an account. Once you are done, you will be transferred to the Create page. Press on the Text tab and then select the Curved Text option. Then select a curved text template from below options.
Now enter your preferred text in the place of the “curved text” text. That’s it; you are done! You can now save the text as an image and then upload it in Google Slides.
How to Curve Text in Google Slides using Adobe Photoshop
If you have Adobe Photoshop installed on your computer, then you can use it to curve text and add it to your slides. Here’s how:
- Open Adobe Photoshop and create a new document.
- Press on the Type tool and enter your text.
- Click on the Wrap option in the top toolbar.
- In the new window that opens, select Arc from the drop-down menu.
The outcome will be something like this:
Your text is now curved! You can copy it as an image and then paste it into your Google Slides document.There you have it! These are three different ways that you can curve text to add in Google Slides.
When you have the curved text ready, go to the preferred google slide and press “CTRL+C” if you have copied the curved text image. If you downloaded it, you will need to insert the file from Insert > Image > Upload from Computer.
As you can see, there are a few different ways that you can curve text in Google Slides. While there is no direct way to do it, you can use one of the three methods outlined above to achieve the same result.
So, next time you are creating a presentation, don’t be afraid to add a bit of style by curving your text. It’s sure to make your slides stand out! Do you have any questions? Let us know in the comments below!