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Text on top or background image.
How do you get it like this?

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Msg#: 118 posted 7:19 pm on Aug 30, 2002 (gmt 0)

I have my background image, but I want to put text on it. How do i do that? I'm using Microsoft FrontPage, if that information helps.



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Msg#: 118 posted 8:20 am on Aug 31, 2002 (gmt 0)

If you open up your image in frontpage (just drag and drop the image into a page....FP offers some options for manipulating the image.

When the pic is on screen, right click on your menu bars up the top and make sure you have the "pictures" tool box open.

When it is, click on the "A" button and that will offer you a text box to to put text on to your image.

After you put text in your image you'll have something like this iin your source code

<!--webbot bot="ImageMap" text=" (103,97) (325, 211) {BLAH BLAH BLAH
} {System} 14 B #000000 CT 0 " border="0" src="pic.gif" width="400" height="420" -->

you can play around with that directly, or click on your text box and use FP's options to tweak around with the look of it.

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