Word tricks are always a top priority of the office world when it helps us to manipulate and edit documents faster as well as create professionalism in office computer processing skills.
How to rotate text horizontally in Word 2010, 2016, 2007, 2003, 2013
In the process of editing documents, to create more professionalism and beauty, users often have to apply a few small tricks built into Word. However, not everyone knows about these features, including the horizontal rotation feature in Word, which sometimes helps us present text in a more subtle and neat way. If you are new and do not know this skill, please read the following article with just a simple operation that can be done.
How to rotate text horizontally in Word 2016, 2013, 2007, 2003, 2010
Method 1: Rotate text horizontally in Word using Shape or Text Box
Step 1: Start up the Word program, insert a Shape or Text Box and enter the text to rotate horizontally through the Insert tab.
Step 2: On the Shape or Text Box, move the mouse pointer to the position of the rotating arrow icon above. When the mouse pointer switches to the spinning arrow icon, hold down the left mouse mouse on the mouse pointer and rotate that Shape or Text Box in the direction you want.
Or to make it simpler, you can select the Format tab then find the Text Direction and rotate the text in another direction by selecting the option that suits your requirements.
Method 2: Rotate text horizontally in Word using WordArt
Step 1: From the user interface, select the Insert tab >WordArt and select the typeface you want to write. Then enter the words you need to write into the WordArt box displayed under the word editor.
Step 2: Press and hold the rotate icon above the WordArt text frame to rotate the text in the direction you want.
Or you select the WordArt text frame, then select the Format tab >Text Direction and rotate the text in the direction you want.
Method 3: Rotate text horizontally on Word in a table
Assuming we have the data table above and want to rotate the text, we just need to follow these steps:
Step 1: Black out the cells to rotate the text.
Step 2: Select the Layout tab and click Alignment >Text Direction.
Now the text in the cells you select will be rotated vertically, if you want to rotate in another direction, click on Text Direction. Each time you click Text Direction , the text will be rotated in a different direction.
Or you can do a quick operation by right-clicking and selecting Text Direction to open the Text Direction dialog box.
In the Text Direction dialog box, select the Text box on the left and click OK to rotate the text in the direction you need.
Above is the whole way to rotate horizontally as well as vertically rotate text in Word that Taimienphi wants to share with readers, a small trick but not everyone knows. Along with that, rotating paper size in word is also a simple trick but not everyone knows, with this operation you can actively rotate any one of your text files without having to rotate most of them, through the tutorial article