Those who used Word Office in the 90s remember Word Art, a fun feature that allowed you to format your titles in different shapes.
However, not many people use Word Office for editing their documents anymore.
Some prefer Google Docs because it is free and offers many features that enable users to edit their documents quickly and easily.
Additionally, like Word Art in Microsoft Office, Google Docs allows users to apply many shapes, arrows, callouts, and equations to their documents as well.
So, if you are wondering how to create Word Art in Google Docs, keep on reading to find out.
To insert WordArt in Google Docs, we need to use the Drawing Tool.
The drawing tool is a built-in feature in Google Docs that besides applying word art offers many more features that can help you make your document look organized.
You can use the Drawing tool to flip images and text or to draw something and apply that in your google docs document.
In any case, here are the steps for adding Word Art in Google Docs.
Now, you will be able to see the WordArt text in the drawing window.
As we can see Google Docs is pretty limited when it comes to the styling features in WordArt.
However, if you still want to use Google’s writing software there are two ways that can help you achieve the old-school look.
Firstly, you can use Word Office to create word art and then just copy and paste the text in your Google Docs.
Or the second suggestion would be to use a free WordArt generator tool.
One that we found online and has all the styles from Microsoft word is called makewordart.com
Just click on the preferred style on your left side, type in the text, and click on the download button. The text will be saved as an image and you can insert the image into your document.