The mythical WordArt return to your screen with this great title generator.
Who hasn’t put a WordArt in one of their class assignments? We considered them a past, what colors, what shapes, what shades
Microsoft fully agreed by offering a ultra simple tool to use and that allows you to create graphics of all kinds in an instant. I even managed to make them seem attractive to us. Obviously the more I have in a job, and the more variety, the more note they should put us. Or so we thought.
Create WordArt, the authentic ones
WordArt still exists today, you only have to go to the Insert menu in Word to see the option there, but of course, they have lost that classic essence of the late 90s. Now they are more modern.
Web designer Mike McMillan has created a website for generate authentic WordArt and it’s great:
Upon entering a very Windows 95 design and a blank document in which to capture our creations. Even we have Clippy, the Office Assistant, to guide us. You just have to select one of the designs, write the text and that’s it.
We can resize, move or add all we want. Once you’re done, hit the Finish button and you can share your creation with the world. You have options to share on social networks, download the image and even buy products with your WordArt. What times those.