Google Slides lets users insert word art to enrich presentations. Open the slide, click “Insert” then “Word Art”. In the pop-up, type the desired text and press enter. Once added, you can adjust font, color, and shading. Always save your changes.
Google slides is a great way to add a little bit of flare to your presentation. It has been around for a while, but many people are not aware of all its features. One great feature is the ability to insert word art. This tutorial will show you how to do it.
Before anything else, you need to open the slide where you want to insert the word art.
On the top menu, click on “Insert” then “Word Art.” A pop-up window will appear.
In the “Text” field, enter the text you want to convert to word art. Press enter to insert it where the cursor is placed on the slide.
After you have inserted the text, you can edit it using the options available on the top menu bar. You can modify the font, shading, text color, and even add an animation for extra flair.
Don’t forget to save your changes before you close the window!
That’s all there is to it. Now you know how to insert word art into your Google Slides presentation. So go ahead and experiment with different fonts, colors, and animations to make your slides stand out. Thanks for reading!