How to put words in a word with clip art



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How to put words in a word with clip art

Postby U2luZHk » Mon, 02 Oct 2006 00:56:01 GMT

I'm trying to make one large 'outline' word with smaller words inside.  Hope 
I'm making sense to you.  Thank you for any help you can give.

Re: How to put words in a word with clip art

Postby Suzanne S. Barnhill » Mon, 02 Oct 2006 01:42:40 GMT

Not easy, but it can be done. You'll need to first create the "smaller-word"
object as a picture and save it in a graphics format (more on that later).
Then you'll need to use it as "fill" for your large WordArt word.

It's probably a good idea to create the large word first and get it just the
way you want it. When you have done so, use the Format WordArt button on the
WordArt toolbar to open the Format WordArt dialog. On the Size tab, make a
note of the size of the WordArt object; that's the size your "fill" picture
will need to be.

In another document, create your "fill" as another WordArt object. Tweak it
until it's just the same size as the first one. Save the document as a Web
page, and the WordArt object will be saved out as a separate graphic (see
 http://www.**--****.com/ ). Word should save the
object as a GIF but will ore likely save it as JPEG. You may want to rename
this and copy it to My Pictures or another picture folder.

Returning to your original big word, open the Format WordArt dialog again.
On the Colors and Lines tab, click the arrow beside Color under Fill and
choose Fill Effects... Select the Picture tab, then browse to find your
picture and insert it as fill.

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RE: How to put words in a word with clip art

Postby S2VpdGggSG93ZWxs » Mon, 02 Oct 2006 03:22:02 GMT

Create your big word first using the very first WordArt option. Set text 
wrapping to 'Behind text'

Create your little words using the third WordArt option and set text 
wrapping to 'In front of text. Bend the little words to fit inside the big 



Re: How to put words in a word with clip art

Postby U2luZHk » Mon, 02 Oct 2006 04:33:01 GMT

Thank you so much.  I just realized that if I used word art to type my large 
word I could set it to 'behind text' then as long as my text was the same 
color as my background it would only show up in my large word.  Thank you all 
so very much for the help and quick response.

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