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Mirror Image in Word 2007 or Publisher 2007

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by r_khan, Aug 4, 2011.

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  1. r_khan

    r_khan Thread Starter

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    Hello everyone,

    I am printing letters on scrapbook paper which i will then cut out to make a banner. In order to do that correctly, the text needs to be a mirror image.

    I cannot figure out how to do a mirror image of my text (within a text box) in Word or Publisher.

    The flip horizontally button is available, but when i click it, nothing happens. Only the flip vertically button works, which is of no use to me.

    I used the snipping tool which turned the text into an image. It worked but the sizes are off.

    Please help.

    I have a HP F4435 printer. The manual says there is a mirror image on button...which i dont have.

    Please help!

    Thank you!
     
  2. Computerpete

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    Have tried using the Word Art I think that you can rotate and flip.


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  3. r_khan

    r_khan Thread Starter

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    The letters take too much space..they fill up the entire space...aka...the font doesnt look the same even when you use the same font and size.
     
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