Working with Text

When you work with text in Publisher, a text box called an object frame encloses the actual text. Publisher gives you complete control over the look and formatting of the text in the object frame, including the font style, font size, font attributes (such as bold and italic), and color of your font. You can edit any or all of these font parameters for a particular text box.

Working with text in Publisher is more than just typing inside boxes. You have control not only over the format of the text within the box, including the text direction and special text effects, but also over formatting of the text box itself, including outside borders and fill color. You can create text boxes as spaceholders as you design your publication ...

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