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Setting the Text (Middle Layer cont...)

On to Creating the Text.

I used a font style called 'Vitamin'. Because of its thickness. I set the font to 36 pt. the color doesnt matter because we're
going to remove it.  What we're gonna do is Cut the text into the Box. which will set it inside the box.

Use the Text Tool. Type in what ever you would like. for this Im gonna type  'Flash Light'.

Center the Text to where you would like it. Then 'Modify' and 'Break apart'.

Now that the text is Broken Apart. Deselect it. It now sets in to the Box. now select each Letter then delete it.

Select the Box. it will now (should) look like the Image below.


» Level Intermediate

Added: 2001-02-16
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