You can add or draw a shape you want, then add text that runs along the outline of the shape.
Hover your pointer over the inner or the outer outline of the shape. When the pointer changes to , click to add a new text box.
To begin typing, double-click within the text box to highlight the placeholder text or place the insertion point where you want the first character to appear.
Once you've added text, you can-drag one of the text box handles to move the text box along the path or -drag to expand the text box and make room for more text. Also, if there’s too much text to display in the shape, a clipping indicator appears. Drag this handle until all the text is showing.
Tip: To additionally transform the text path or to flip text along the path– click the path and choose an option.
You can change the look of text just like any other text in your document.