WordArt.com is an online word art creator that enables you to create amazing and unique word art with ease. Professional quality results can be achieved in no time at all, even for users with no prior knowledge of graphic design.
There are 3 options to change the size of a word:
Unfortunately (due to WordArt.com algorithm's nature) it is not possible to make all words *exactly* the same size. The algorithm tries to fill the selected shape at the first place in the meantime sacrificing the accuracy of words sizes. The best you can do is to choose "use size column for the size parameter in the words options and then make all the sizes equal to 1 in the words table. This will keep all the words the same size as much as possible during visualization. Also you can try the hint from the previous question.
To print a word art click on the print item in the more menu on the top panel.
If you are not satisfied with the result you can try more robust method: download your world art in PNG format and print it as any other image or picture using your image viewing / printing software.
You need to create a word art with 4/6 = 0.67 aspect ratio.
To achieve that do the following:
Download your word art image in PNG format and then print it as any other image or picture. Your printing software should allow you to size and position an image to fit paper size. If it doesn't we suggest you to try GIMP image editor.
Your browser may have saved your word art image to Downloads folder without notifying you. Please have a look there. This behavior can be changed in your browser settings.
In any image editing software like MS Paint or Adobe Photoshop write numbers (or a word) in black on white background. Then save that image as PNG or JPEG file and use it as your custom shape.
In words section click on the options button. Then choose the pattern option for the links parameter, change it accordingly and click apply. Also you can choose the manual option for links column to appear, and manually input the links.
Prepare words data in CSV format with semicolon as the separator using "word;weight;color;angle;font;repeat;url" format (see example below). Then click the "Import" button in words section and paste words data into the text field to load them into your word art.
CSV example (all columns except the first one are optional, you can leave them empty):
Yes you can. Create an excel spreadsheet with your words data (see the screenshot below).
Then paste the text without header into the text field in the import dialog (from the words section). Please enable "CSV format" check box and click "Import words" button to finish.
You cannot download your word art with the animation. Animation works only in your browser. But you can share your word art's link. Anyone who opens it will be able to see your word art with the animation.