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A How to Make Cute things using Word..........
Old 07-18-2011, 03:17 PM
 
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So Betty Speller asked me a question and I thought that I would share. She wanted to know how to make patterned text boxes that you can use to make your own printables, signs, name tags or whatever you little heart desires!

Share Your Tech Tip

Here goes mine!

1. Click insert text box
2. Double click on the box and you should see a pop up
3. Make sure the color and lines tab is selected at the top
4. You can change the fill color and transparency in the fill section
5. The next section is the line section
6. Click on the color draw down box and look at the bottom of the box it should say patterned lines
7. You can select the pattern that you want on the same page you can also change the color of the pattern. Make sure to stay on the patterned page and select color otherwise it will not work
Click the foreground drop down menu to change the color of the drop down menu.
8. click ok once you are happy
9. Now click on the style drop down menu under lines and select the width

That should be it! Let me know if it works for you

I have word 2003

How to for borders/background/clipart: Post 10
How to change text direction and WordArt: Post 23

Quick example of what I am talking about


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post a quick tutorial of how others can do what you do!


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Changing Text Boxes
Old 07-18-2011, 03:30 PM
 
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Go to the insert tab and select shapes. A drop down box will appear with different shapes!!! Select the one you want and click anywhere in your document and make it as large or as small as you want and place where you want it. Select format to select colors, etc.
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This might be a "duh" to some of you, but something I learned that saves me when I'm creating "cute" things is that when I enter clipart, I enter it into a text box and make the text box un-lined and transparent. Text boxes can be moved anywhere in the document, where clipart is harder to drag and move (it often warps the text or other images on the page). You have to make sure your cursor is IN the textbox you've created to make sure the clipart goes in and stays in. This should work whether you're entering images from the Word database OR copying and pasting in from an external source.

Also, if you create the textbox first to the size you want the clipart to be, typically the clipart WILL conform to your created size which is so much better than trying to stretch the length and width and ending up with a turtle who looks like he got stepped on, or something like that. =)

I would also suggest this when copying photos onto a word document (such as a newsletter, etc) this technique gives you the same benefits with photos - you control the movement on the page, no warped photos of kids that look 10 ft tall or 10 ft wide. Etc.

Also, with the text box around your image, you can easily add borders and other cute things at will. =)


That's what has saved me time and hassle the most
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iluvpooh I knew how to do that I just needed a refresher!


Anyways here is a sample of the patterened text box and shape boxes!


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That is great. I never looked at it that closely!
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MissHopeful great tip! Makes sense now that you have said it. Not a duh moment for me!


Thanks for posting and sharing your tech tip!
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I may be able to master 'cute' Word after all
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I will have to give this a try. I picked up a new printer this weekend and I am ready to print colorful stuff in mass!
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For the technology challenged, I say...
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You guys are the best!!!!. I copied all your suggestions and pasted them into a Word doc so I can refer to your suggestions for the next 3 hours as I attempt this. THANKS AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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How to use cute borders, clipart and
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backgrounds.

Open the doc to learn how to find a background, clipart or border to make cute things for your classroom!
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You all are so helpful. I knew some of how to do it, but what a great crash course! Thanks for sharing!!
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If you right click on the clipart you can put it in front of or behind the text. Then you can move it around where you want, try it. It may save you a step or two.
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I found a cute border, right clicked copied and then pasted into word. But had a hard time moving it so it was actually a border. Sorry.....I am not following those directions.

ALSO, I am Mac user---there is no Shapes under Insert... any help there?
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LuvAGoodBook first right click and then select layout and move the pic either square with text or behind text

That show allow you to pick it up and move it where you want it

TRy the drawing tools tab to insert shapes
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Thanks for sharing!
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I have always wanted to know how to do this. Here is yet another wonderful skill I learned form PT.
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I must say a big thank you to all who so willingly share their ideas, and network here on PT. Teachers are such wonderful people.
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Thanks for sharing your knowledge. I will be using your advice to create my own cute stuff!
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Love the new scrapbooking tool. Just scrapbooked all the info on how to make such cute things and will try my hand at making them again. Thanks again for sharing your ideas! Love my PTers!!
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Do you have a specific site that you go to for backgrounds?

Also, once you create something, can you turn it sideways? I cut and paste a border and typed something in it but I would prefer it to be sideways not standing up.
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runamouth--Thanks so much for the refresher on backgrounds! Had to bookmark this post!


misshopeful--thanks also for the text box tips! I will definately do that from now on!
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Old 07-19-2011, 05:57 AM
 
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Sleddog here is the text direction tutorial
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Either I'm missing something or my Word doesn't have it. I have 2010 version and the only choices I see for border lines is solid or some various dashes, no patterns.
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from my understanding that option is not available for Word 2010 and Powerpoint 2010.


I have both on my computer and would rather use 2003 because I know much more about it than the 2010 version


Sorry
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I do not have all those options in my wordart. You have some pretty neat fonts in that example. Were those add on because mine are all one color, no designs in the words....

And When you make a border, you then make a text box for any of the things you want to write?
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Loving these tutorials.... Can someone tell me how to download cute fonts that I find? I can't figure it out once I find one I like. I go to my font list and they aren't there after I have thought I have downloaded them. I need font downloading for dummies. Can anyone help?
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You have some pretty neat fonts in that example. Were those add on because mine are all one color, no designs in the words....
I did download the fonts I used then changed the color of them


For WordArt you will go to insert pic, word art then type your text

To change the borders you will down clip on the word art close the pop up box and their should be a small task bar need the bottom left side of your screen where you can can the lines and colors just like you would do a text box!
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And When you make a border, you then make a text box for any of the things you want to write?


No not when you are adding a border only when you want specific words to change direction


For example if I type ProTEacher is awesome and I want to rotate the word awesome to the right then I will type Proteacher is in one text box then I will add a second text box and write the word awesome and then follow the steps on the text wrap post! Otherwise if you type everyting in one box then it will rotate everything in that box!
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Thank you! I am so excited to make some of my own cards that will work with my students! I see a lot of fun possibilities!
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Okay so I was asked to make a fonts
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tutorial! Here it is. But be warned fonts are very addicting!
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This is WONDERFUL. However, I downlaod the fonts and install them but when I try to use them in word, they are not there :-( How come? Are the hidden in a special place.

P.S. I have a MAC
anyone.......?
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Here is what another poster wrote on my other thread for Mac users

I have had so much fun looking at these free fonts!!! I have a Mac, so your install directions did not help me. All I had to do was

1: Click on the font I liked.
2: A download window pops up. Double click on the font name.
3: Then click install font. It was that easy!!!
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Thank you! Hopefully I can figure this all out. I just wasted an hour trying to figure it out for myself. I'm going to give it another try with my new info.
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Thank you so much. I can't wait to try out fonts!!!!
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A HUGE THANK YOU... and a ???
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LOVE the helpers... and they should help me at school, but when I was playing at home on my MAC, I can't even find word-art. Can anyone help me there?

Thanks in advance!
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Creating "Cute" designs
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I always use Power Point when making designs, etc. that require manipulation.

I took a workshop a long time ago in which the presenter suggested using Power Point for much of what is mentioned here: signs, posters, shaded boxes, shapes, etc. It was a revelation!

It is SOOOOOO much easier to do all the things mentioned above using Power Point. And so much easier to move around whatever you've got. Power point is so much more design friendly than Word.

As a sixth grade teacher, I don't do as much graphically as I used to when teaching 4th, but I still use PowerPoint for most of the worksheets and tests I create. Just create a text box and move it to wherever you want. Makes creating a matching test (or section of a test) easy!

All you do is select the print option when done.
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I downloaded ArtText for MAC
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And now I can do some of the Word Art stuff.
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If you have a Mac
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Here is a thread that gives you directions



http://www.proteacher.net/discussion...d.php?t=348317
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that tells how you use the fonts once you have downloaded them


http://www.proteacher.net/discussion...d.php?t=348455
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Thanks all... and here is a MAC tip...
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You may know this already, but...
You CAN save as a PDF. You have to click PRINT and when that box comes up, there is a PDF button, and when you click on that, you have the option to SAVE AS A PDF.

That is EXCITING for me because I have all these new fonts on my computer at home, and security is locked up TIGHT at school (I can't even update the Promethean Software for my computer and I HAVE A BOARD!!!!) I know I wouldn't be able to download new fonts... SOOO... I will do stuff here, save or email it to school then print out there (or use my camera tool using Prom. and put it in my charts! YAY!!!
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Runamouth, you are amazing! Thank you SO much for taking the time to tell every one how to make our own fabulous posters. I'm too tired to try it tonight, but I can't wait until tomorrow!
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Thats all I can say to all the wonderful people here on PT.Im trying to create something but little by little.
Thanks you all.
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to know more about fonts. If you have the time. Thanks!
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Thanks to everyone for the amazing, helpful information. Now, I need to go practice....
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Would you list the fonts you used and where you got them on your doc 1. Loved your tutorial..thanks for sharing...
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I learn so much on here!
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Thanks for the tip!
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Thanks for the great tips!
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