** Reply to message from Jean-Francois Nifenecker
<firstname.lastname@example.org> on Tue, 11 Feb 2014 18:43:50 +0100
Le 11/02/2014 18:36, Cliff Scott a écrit :
Ok. I haven't used Draw very much at all. F2 was the key. Interesting that if
I use the Fontworks Gallery in Writer then the Fontwork functions will let me
modify that to my hearts content. The only thing I can't do is to enter the
free form line and get text to associate with it.
Have a look at that:
I've created and duplicated a free form line with a text.
The line above is raw, just after text creation.
The line at the bottom is after applying the Fontwork effects (I have
hidden the line using the "S"-y tool.
Thanks. I can do it just fine in Draw thanks to your help. Wish it was
possible in Writer also, but guess will just have to do it in Draw and import
that to Writer.
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