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Monday, September 26, 2011

How to Make a Text Box in Microsoft Word

Adding text to a Word 2010 document is as simple as opening the software and pressing keyboard keys. But straight text on the page is limited when you consider what may be done with text boxes. When you draw text boxes, the text inside them may be flipped upside down, angled and shaded -- adding graphical elements to what was previously just basic type. Inserting a text box onto a Word document is almost as quick as actually typing the words.


Open Microsoft Word 2010. Click the "Insert" tab.

Click the "Text Box" button. Click the "Draw Text Box" link at the bottom of the drop-down menu. The cursor changes to a plus sign.

Position the cursor on the Word document. Click and hold down the left mouse button. Drag to form the size of the text box. Release the mouse button.

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