Ever wondered how to create labels with arched text in PowerPoint. Sometimes you might need to curve your text in order to fit it on a a label. In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create a simple label in PowerPoint.
Start by creating 2 circles, one smaller than the other. Align them center and middle (Format tab -> Align).
Next write your text. Select the text box and go to Format tab -> Text Effect -> Transform -> Arch Up. Place the text over the top of the circle and strech it to fit the circle. Use the pink handle to further edit the text.
To do the bottom part, just duplicate the text (CTRL + D) and select Format tab -> Text Effect -> Transform -> Arch down. Edit the text if needed, stretch and position accordingly.
Now you can add a shape to the middle. Use one of the PowerPoint shapes or create your own shape. For demonstration purposes I used one of the build in shapes of PowerPoint.
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. If you have questions or topic suggestions, comment below! Don’t forget to check out Slideson’s creative PowerPoint templates.
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