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gif creating/editing software question

by jamdawg / October 26, 2004 11:35 AM PDT

Can anyone tell me if there is a graphic image creator/editor where I can make gif/jpg graphics where the letters (using my fonts) can be made arched like the "MINNESOTA" on the front of a Minnesota Twins Road Jersey or arranged in an arch (but the letters kept straight.) like on the backs of most baseball & basketball jerseys?

Thanks for your help.

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Re: gif creating/editing software question
by ChuckT / October 27, 2004 4:27 AM PDT

If you have Word, use the WordArt there.
You can easily create all kinds of arcs, slashes, wipes, whatever, using various fonts and colors. Real nice.

Once you get the effect you want then just select the WordArt frame, right-click Copy, then paste it into a graphics program (recommend IrfanView) and then save it as almost any graphics format you might want.

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Re: gif creating/editing software question
by Pitkin / November 1, 2004 6:34 AM PST

Not sure if I'm on the right track.. However, I would get this done in Corel Draw and exported as a JPG or whatever you need. The GIF file means movement to me so that could be probably done in the Corel 10, R.A.V.E. program.

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