Paint 3D is a free and powerful tool that can help you add text to your images. Whether you want to add captions, titles, or just some decorative text, Paint 3D has got you covered. In this post, we will go through the steps of adding text to your images using Paint 3D.
Firstly, go to the image location and right-click on the image. Then select “Edit with Paint 3D.” Click on the “Text” option on the top bar. In Paint 3D, there are two types of text: 2D and 3D. Let’s start with 2D text.
Select the 2D text and choose the font, size, and color. Paint 3D doesn’t have a custom font size, so you have to select one from the given drop-down. Once you have selected the font size and color, you can make the text bold, italicized, and underlined. Then, choose the alignment and background fill checkbox. If you check the background fill checkbox, you can choose the background color. Click on the point where you want to add the text and type it. Press enter to create a new line. If you want to change the font, press Ctrl A to select all the text and choose the font. Remember that you can’t edit or delete 2D text once it is created.
Now let’s move on to 3D text. The process is the same as 2D text. Select the 3D text, choose the font, size, and color. Make the text bold, italicized, and underlined if you want. Align the text and click on the point where you want to add the text. Type it and press enter to create a new line. If you want to change the font, press Ctrl A to select all the text and choose the font. However, with 3D text, you can make changes to the font size, color, and position even after creating it.
To save the image, go to the menu and click on “Save As.” Then select “Image” and save the type as PNG. You can also click on the transparency checkbox if your image has a transparent background. Name your file and save it.
In conclusion, adding text to your images using Paint 3D is a simple and straightforward process. While 2D text cannot be edited or deleted after it is created, 3D text can be modified and customized even after creating it. So, next time you need to add text to your images, try using Paint 3D.