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Insert Text into Shapes in Microsoft Word

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Microsoft word lets you include shapes in a document and format text to fit inside the shape. For example, if you want add a text around a in the circle or want to add text any kind of shapes design, these are things you can do with all of the basic  text formatting functions, such as font and size changes, bolding and italicizing, alignment and more.

Let's see how insert Text in a Shape:

Step 01 - Click on the Insert tab, in the Illustrations group, click Shapes, and then click the shape that you want.

Step 02 - You will see a dropdown menu showcasing several different types of shapes. select a shape and drag in your documents.

Sometime, By default the shape color will be black. This means, the text won’t show on the inside, so we need to change this.

To remove the shape background color, click on the shape, then select Shape Format > Shape Fill > No Fill.

Step 03 - Right-click on the shape and select "Add Text."

Now, you can write custom text into a shape in Microsoft Word. There is a dedicated section available in MS Word for it.


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