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Add tables and pictures. Apply styles. Adjust formatting. Edit headers and footers.
Select Edit > Modify > Edit Object. Click in the text you want to edit. ... Select Edit > Select All to select all the text in the bounding box, or drag the cursor to select characters, spaces, words, or even several lines within the box. Do any of the following to edit the text:
Edit text. Select the text that you want to edit. Inside the toolbar there are 3 options: move text, edit text and the text settings. ... Edit images. Select the image that you want to edit. You can either double click on the image or use the change image icon to edit it.
Select the text that you want to change. On the Home tab, click the Font Dialog Box Launcher, and then click the Advanced tab. ... In the Spacing box, click Expanded or Condensed, and then specify how much space you want in the By box.
In Word for PC: Select the text box, select Layout > Rotate, and choose either Rotate Right 90° or Rotate Left 90°. In Word for Mac: Click the text box, click Shape Format > Arrange > Rotate > Rotate, and choose either Rotate Right 90° or Rotate Left 90°.
To change the text direction and rotate text in your Microsoft Word template: Highlight the text you want to rotate, click on Layout (or Format depending on your version of Microsoft Word), then click the Text Direction button. This will rotate your text.
Select the shape. Click tab Format under Drawing Tools from the ribbon menu. Within the group Arrange, click Rotate. From the drop-down menu, select any of the options or click 'More Rotation Option'. In the Layout dialog box, under the tab Size, enter the angle of rotation. Click OK.
Make sure the text box or shape is selected and click the Format tab under Drawing Tools. In the Text section of the Format tab, click Text Direction and select an option to rotate the text.
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