As we all know, Microsoft Word is a powerful text editing tool. But we can also design simple pictures with it. In this post, I’d like to share a tip about inserting text on top of a picture in Word.
First, insert a picture to the document. I’ve introduced the method before: Click Insert – Pictures. Then choose a picture in your folder and hit Insert.
Now the picture is inserted to your document. Double-click it to enable the Picture Tools in Format tab.
Click Wrap Text and select Behind Text in the.
Thus you can drag the picture below the text you already entered.
Or create a WordArt and drag it above the picture.
In both ways you can place the text on top of the picture you inserted, and adjust it to meet your need.