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I have a drawing in Google Docs. I want to change the font of a text box. Looking at the help page How to use text in drawings, I see that apparently the only way to change the font is to use Word Art. It says in the previous link and in the answer How do you get word art on Google documents? that I can insert word art, and it is the T symbol in the second row of Shapes, but I don't see it here: enter image description here

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I found it. It's in the Insert menu:

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Google should update their help page.

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