Written by Tanja - Reviewed by Ivana Google Workplace / Slides
Google Slides is a presentation program offered by Google, and people love it because it is built for collaboration, and for creating online slideshows, just like dPowerPoint.
If you, too, are working on Google Slides, it is always good to know how to make your presentation's content attractive, unique, and stand out to be able to captivate your client’s attention.
To achieve that, Google Slides enables us to create slideshows and present our ideas to others, but there are some limitations concerning the tools we can use there.
So, if you ask yourself whether you can curve a text into a circle in your Google Slides presentation, the simple answer is no - because that is not possible with the existing in-built features of Google Slides. However, you can add curved text on your Google Slides with the help of PowerPoint.
Or, you can use other online tools for that.
Follow our guidelines given below to learn how it is done.
Bonus read: How to Insert Google Drawing into Slides?
PowerPoint has an in-built feature for curving the text, which we can take advantage of and later transfer and use in our Google Slides.
Alternatively, you can curve a text in Google Slides using MockoFUN or TroyGram. These two online tools also allow users to create various shapes and types of curved text.
Also, if you have Adobe Photoshop installed on your computer, you can explore it more by using it to curve and add the text to your Google Slides.
The way to do it:
And it is as simple as that. Your text will show up curved, and you can copy it as an image and paste it into your Google Slides document; press 'Ctrl + C' if you have copied the curved text image, or if you have downloaded it, insert the file; Insert > Image > Upload from computer.
Curved text is part of special effects, and there is no direct option for users to curve text into a circular shape in Google Slides.
Fortunately, we have PowerPoint, which can curve the text and offers other features that can be added to that curved text.
Or, you can also try and use other free online tools for this matter.
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