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Does OpenOffice.org have an equivalent to Word's 'WordArt'?


OpenOffice.org's "FontWork" functions are most analogous to Word's "WordArt".

FontWork adds effects to the text in the selected drawing object, including shadows. You can also change the shape of the text baseline.

The FontWork command is only available for objects that contain text.

You can change the shape of the text baseline to match semicircles, arcs, circles and freeform lines.

To access this command (text drawing object selected), choose Format > FontWork.

For more information, see Chapter 15 (Using Fontwork) in the Getting Started guide.

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