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Originally Posted by Skygirl View Post
can anyone please tell me how you guys are able to put the writing in the circle inside or outside around the the circle of the monogram?
I hope this helpssmile36.gif

In Microsoft word:

Click on “insert WordArt†icon
Click on the sample that looks like an arch (in my program, it is the third on the top); click okay.
Type in the text you want.
Click okay.
This will display it in your document…make sure your WordArt tool bar is visible when you have clicked on the image.
On the tool bar there is an “abc†icon…when the cursor is over it, it should read “WordArt shapeâ€
When you click on this, you can see several different shapes…click on the one that looks like the letter O…once you do this, your text will look a little bit squashed…just resize it like you would any other image.smile36.gif

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Originally Posted by NyBeachBride View Post
great logos!!! im havign so much trouble creating mines...i need a template and ideas...anyone mind emailing me some templates so i can start from there? the attachements on this thread will not let me open them...thanks ladies...


Same here could you send it to me....sltrotter18@hotmail.com!

Thanks so much!!!

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Originally Posted by NESS View Post
Wow you all have such beautiful monograms. I really want to incorporate seahorses in mine, any suggestions where I can get some nice graphics/clip art??

My colors are turquoise & yellow too! =]

Go here and they have free ones with seahorses. You just input what you want and they email it seconds later!!! It's awesome. You can get an unlimited amount of them!!

Templates | The Wedding Chicks

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