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How To Make Beautiful Banners in MS Word

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Last Updated on March 27, 2021 by Muhammad Junaid Khalid

Welcome to another amazing how-to tutorial. In this tutorial, we will show you how to make beautiful and stunning banners in MS Word.

Let’s get started.

How To Make Beautiful Banners in MS Word

  • First of all, open word file. Now go to Insert > Shapes and select a rectangle.

click insert-shapes in ms word


  • Draw a banner header using this rectangle.

draw banner header

  • You can also manipulate the shape of this rectangle. Right-click on the rectangle and select Edit Points.

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how to use edit points feature ms word

  • Now you can manipulate the shape by putting the cursor on the corner of the rectangle and move it upward from one side.

manipulate shape using edit points

  • You can change the color of the shape. Just go to Format and from here you can change the color.

change color of banner header

  • To make it more attractive you can draw many shapes and design the banner as you wish.

change shape

  • You can change the page background color as well. Go to Design and there you will find the option of Page Color as shown in the picture.

change background

  • You can also change the color theme of the shapes. In the Colors option, you can select your desired color scheme.

change color themes

Similarly, In the Page Color > Fill Effects, you can also use Gradients, Texture, Patterns or a custom picture as a background of your banner.

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In this way, you can design beautiful banners for events like a birthday party, an office party, etc. You can play with the design, effects, colors and text options to make the banner more attractive. You can also use 3D text. There are many shapes other than a rectangle that users can use. So a lot of design options are there to produce a crazy banner in MS word.

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