Vertical Text

Vertical text in OfficeSuite Documents runs from top to bottom instead of the usual horizontal left-to-right direction. This formatting option is particularly useful when you want to create visually appealing documents, emphasize specific information, or design elements such as banners, headings, and labels.


Vertical text can be used in various contexts, such as:

Table Headers: When you have a table with narrow columns, using vertical text for headers can save space while maintaining clarity.

Page Headers: Adding vertical text to the side margins of a document can help create a professional and distinctive look.

Design and Graphics: Vertical text can be used to enhance the aesthetics of flyers, posters, and other design elements.

Emphasis: Highlighting specific information or key terms by displaying them vertically can make them stand out.

Asian Languages: Some languages, such as Chinese and Japanese, are traditionally written vertically, so using vertical text can maintain the proper formatting for these languages.


How to do it: Text box method

1. Open OfficeSuite Documents and create a new document or open an existing one.


2. Click on the Insert tab in the top menu.


3. Select Text Box’ from the drop down menu


4. Type the desired text into the text box.


5. Click on the text box to select it. You will see a rotation handle at the top. Click and drag the handle to rotate the text box vertically.

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