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Microsoft® Office® Professional 2013 Plain & Simple by Katherine Murray

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Adding text boxes

Adding text boxes is another flexible and easy way to add unique content to your pages. You can choose to add a predesigned text box from the Text Box gallery, draw your own text box on the page, or choose another text box design from Office.com.

Add a text box

  1. Click to position the cursor at the point in the document where you want to add the text box.

  2. Click the Insert tab.

  3. In the Text group, click Text Box.

  4. Choose the text box that you want to add.

  5. Click to draw a text box on the page.

    If you select this option, move the pointer to the page and drag a rectangle on the page. Word adds a text box at that location on the page.

Tip

If you choose a text box from the Text Box gallery, Word displays the text box on the ...

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