Text Circle in Word 2016 with an Image
In this tutorial I'm going to demonstrate how you can use the text circle effects in Microsoft Word 2016 to create a lovely monogrammed image that you could use as a label or a logo.
In fact the uses for this are endless. I will demonstrate the processes and you will be able to download the file then you can proceed to create your own awesome image.
Video for Text Circle
Please take the time to watch the video below as it outlines all of the processes that you will need to know to complete this tutorial.
Here is the completed file the you to download and pull apart.
Method for Text Circle Image
Below is the text that I will be using for this demonstration.
Aunty Margaret’s Wonderful Strawberry Conserve.
The difference is in the taste.
Change the font to suit your taste in both lines of text.
Highlight the first line of text and on the Insert tab in the petition Text choose Word Art. Choose a Word Art style to suit your taste.
Set the size of the word art to 12 cm x 12 cm or the imperial equivalent. Choose Drawing Tools/Format/ Size
Repeat this process for the second line of text, this time set the size to 9 cm x 9 cm.
Highlight the Word Art and on the ribbon choose Drawing Tools/Format/Text Effects/Transform/Follow Path/ Arch Up
Repeat the above process or the bottom Word Art but choose Arch Down
Add a round shape by choosing Insert/Shapes
On the ribbon choose Drawing Tools/Format/Shape Effects/Bevel and choose a bevel option that suit your taste.
With the shape selected choose Drawing Tools/Shape Fill/Picture and select the picture that you have created to add to your shape from its location in your computer.
Rotate the shape to suit your needs by choosing Drawing Tools/Arrange/Rotate
Pull the shape under the Arch Up Word Art and then add the Arch Down Word Art into the shape.
Note: You may need to bring the image forward using the options under the Arrange petition.
Use the snipping tool to create your image.
Note: If you cannot find the snipping tool type the word "Snipping" into the search box at the bottom left hand side of your screen.
I hope you enjoyed this nice little tutorial. It should enable you to create some awesome images that you can use to improve your work.