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I've looked thru the PDF manual with no success. Can someone tell me in simple terms how to overlay type copy onto a GC picture please. TIA Fred G...

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    I've looked thru the PDF manual with no success.
    Can someone tell me in simple terms how to overlay type copy onto a GC
    picture please.

    TIA

    Fred G
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    In article <231020030342421904%net>,
    Fred G <net> wrote:
     

    Double-click the text icon (the large "A" in the toolbox) and select the
    text style desired. Click in the image and type or paste the text.
    Position the text where desired by dragging it. Choose another tool or
    click elsewhere to fix the text in the image.

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    Fred G <net> writes:
     

    In addition to Tom Stiller's advice: Under the Picture menu, select Show
    Toolbox. Text is governed in the toolbox window by the icon that is the
    letter A. The little red arrow pointing down means that is a
    double-clickable icon for more choices. Double click to see them. My
    recommendation is _not_ to use anti-aliasing for text in images -- the text
    seems sharper to me when it is not aliased; try it for yourself and see.

    Also, text color is governed by the foreground color in the boxes at the
    bottom of the toolbox window. You can have a background color in the text
    box in your image or not, depending on your selections of color.

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    In article <ash.giganews.com>,
    Tom Stiller <net> wrote:
     
    >
    > Double-click the text icon (the large "A" in the toolbox) and select the
    > text style desired. Click in the image and type or paste the text.
    > Position the text where desired by dragging it. Choose another tool or
    > click elsewhere to fix the text in the image.[/ref]

    Thank you so much. It is so easy once you learn how.

    Fred
    Fred Guest

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