Word Wordart 2013 - Where are the curvey word shapes?

I want to have a curvey shape with a word inside of it.  WordArt used to have shapes that you could have curvey words inside of them. Where is this?  I don't see it in word any more!  Like a curved arch with a word inside the arch.
brothertruffle880Asked:
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Brian MatisProduct ManagerCommented:
The first thing you need to do is create the text as a Text Box. Do this from the Insert menu.

Once you have the text box with your text inside it, you can select it and will have access to a Format menu. From there, find the WordArt Styles section. In there, take a look at the Text Effects menu, which has a Transform section. I think that might be what you want.
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brothertruffle880Author Commented:
Thanks.  WOW, they really buried that feature!!!!!!
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