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Old 01-02-2008, 05:50 PM   #1
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Question printing in two colors

I'm working on an ABC book (actually 2) and I want to print the word cousins in purple but I want it to be outlined in black to make it stand out. Anyone have a clue how to do that and if it is possible with Word. TIA
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Old 01-02-2008, 06:39 PM   #2
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I'm not sure what version of Word you have. If you have Word that has the Word Art Icon (tilted A with a drop shadow) you can add "cousin" into your document by typing it in the wordart box that appears when you click on the idon. After the word is in your document, right click on the word and go to format wordart. Then under colors/lines, your fill would be purple and your lines would be black. If you go to more colors, you can better customize your shade of purple. HTH.
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Another approach is to insert a Text Box (you can format the line and background color) and use whatever font color for the text inside.
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