Insert your favorite photo inside of WordArt using PowerPoint or Word 07
1. Activate the Insert tab and left click WordArt
Fireworks fill the sky on New Years Eve
2. Pick a style
3. Type the desired word or words
4. Select the text
5. Activate the Format Tab
6. Click Text Fill command then click Picture
7. Browse your computer to select the desired picture
8. Double click the picture you want to insert it in the WordArt
Adjust the tracking of your words and separate letters (Photoshop CS/CS2/CS3/CS4)
Did you know that when typesetting in Photoshop you can fine-tune the spacing between letters or words in your document? Well, you can. To do so, after setting your text, open the Character panel by clicking the Toggle The Character And Paragraph Panels button on the tool Options bar or by choosing Window > Character. In the Character panel, go to the Set The Tracking For The Selected Characters text box and either click on the arrow icon to the right of the text box to assign a preset number or enter a number of your choice.
If you want to adjust the spacing between each word, highlight all of your text before making any adjustments. If you want to adjust the spacing between specific letters, just select those letters. Then, adjust the tracking. Now, if you don’t want to be bothered with actual numeric values, adjust the tracking space by space using key commands. Just highlight the text you want to modify, and then press [option][left arrow] ([Alt][Left Arrow] in Windows) to make the spacing tighter or [option][right arrow] ([Alt][Right Arrow] in Windows) to space out the text more.
Changing your default font (Microsoft Word - prior to 07)
If you consistently find yourself changing the font of your Word documents from Times New Roman to another font, consider saving yourself some time by changing the default font. This affects all documents you create based on the Normal.dot template (or another template, if you have another template open when you make this change).
To change the default font, select Format | Font from the menu bar. Make all the changes you’d like to font, style, color, size, and any other category you find in the Font dialog box. Instead of clicking OK when you’re done, click the Default button. A message box pops up, informing you of the changes you’ve requested. Select Yes to make the change. If you select No, Word automatically returns you to the Font dialog box where you can make different selections or click OK and save the changes to the current document only.