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    Senior Scrapper Auburngirl's Avatar
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    See this link. How do you do this with the words? Happy Birthday in front of the name?

    http://www.scrapbook.com/gallery/?m=image&id=935923&typ...rthday&page=1&vote=0

    I tried it in Word, but I can't get it to work.
    Diana
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    Check out what's happenin' at my blog:
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    Senior Scrapper sbartist's Avatar
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    You can create a Watermark in Word:

    Click on Format and then Background and then to Printed Watermark, then TEXT watermark, you can also do this with a photo.

    Type in your Text, Font, Size, Select your Color - and you can have the text go either horizontal or diagonal.

    Once you have made typed in your word and made your choices, hit okay or apply.

    When it brings you back out to the full screen just type in your the next text, againg picking Font, Size and Color.
    bonnie


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    Senior Scrapper ~Karen~'s Avatar
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    Click View, Toolbars, Drawing or WordArt to display your WordArt tool bar

    Then click on the big A which is Insert WordArt button (pic A)
    pic A

    I use the top left corner option, click it (pic B)
    pic B

    Type in your word (LOIS) and choose your font, click OK

    Your word will appear in your Word document, click the word so the adjustment squares appear around the word and adjust the size.

    While the squares are still around the word right click in the middle of the word and choose Format WordArt.

    You will get this (pic C)
    pic C

    In the first tab Colors and Lines, choose the color you want for your word by clicking the color dropdown window. Then click the box next to it called Semi Transparent.

    Under the line section click the color dropdown window and choose No Line.

    Your first word is complete.

    Now follow the same process but choose a fancier font and do NOT click the Semi Transparent box.

    Adjust that word over the first word and your good to go.


 

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