Curve Text in Google Docs

If you are a Google Docs user, you have noticed that there is no direct way to curve the text in Google Docs. But you can use other tools like Canva, Monogram Maker, and Picmonkey to curve the text and import it.

In this tutorial, we will look at the steps to curve the text using Drawing Tool and Canva.

Curve Text Using Drawing Tool

You can curve the text using the drawing tool in Google Docs by the below steps.

  1. First, open Google Docs, go to the Insert Tab, then select Drawing and New.
  2. After that, add the curved shape or select the curve line option from the line drop-down in the drawing window.
  3. Now, you need to insert the text box on the sides of the curve using the above Textbox icon and add the text to it.
  4. Next, rotate the text box according to the angle of the curve.
  5. Right-click on the text box and click Edit to add or change the text. You can even change the font color, size, and style.
  6. Once you make all the changes, select the curve line or shape, and click backspace or choose to delete.
  7. Then, click Save and Close to see the text in your Google Docs.

Curve Text using an Online Tool (Canva)

There are several online tools for curving and importing text into Google Docs. Here, we are looking forward to the detailed steps of using Canva to curve the text.

  1. First, go and log into Canva.
  2. Click on Create a Design in the top-right corner and select any option or even search for it in the box. For example, we have selected the Logo category.
  3. Then, you can see a blank box to create a logo of your choice.
  4. Next, click on the Text and select the default text style.
  5. Enter the text that you want to curve into the text box.
  6. Now, you can customize the text by changing its font style, size, and color.
  7. Go to Effects and select the Curve under the shape menu.
  8. After selecting this option, you will see the text modifies into the curve form, and the best thing is you can rotate the text at any angle from the below circle of arrows.
  9. Click on the share button, then go to download and select the file type to download it.
  10. Again, open Google Docs. Go to the Insert tab, select Image, and click on Upload the file from the computer.
  11. In the end, you will find the curve text image on Google Docs’ main page.