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How to stack text in Word 2007??


csqwared
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I'm trying to get 'stacked' text in Word 2007. I can achieve this in Excel 2007(Text Box/Format Shape/Text Box/Text Direction=Stacked) and then Paste result but is there a way of doing it in Word without all that bother?

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Woolwell

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Am I missing something - but if you draw a text box that is only the width of the characters then as you type each letter then they become stacked.

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lotvic

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You can use WordArt the 'stacked' text is one of the options, just change the font to what you want.

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csqwared

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Woolwell

The only problem with that is if I type two or three spaces they format horizontally but Lotvic has the answer.

Thanks Lotvic that's exactly what I'm trying to do. Not being too clued up on Word (forte is Excel) never thought of looking there.

Thanks again to all posters, much appreciated, particularly with the web site being as slow as it is at the moment.

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