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To create a text box, follow these steps: 1. With a message open, on the Insert tab, in the Text group, click Text Box, and then select Draw Text Box. 2. The Text Box Tools Format tab will be displayed, as shown in Figure 9-17, allowing you to style the box (shape, shadows, colors, and so on) and specify layout options (text wrapping, layering, grouping).
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Figure 9-17. Use the Text Box Tools Format tab to apply styles to a text box.
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3. Enter your text in the text box. This text can be formatted in the usual ways using the tools on the Format Text tab. 4. To move the text box, you can drag it with the mouse or select it and nudge it with the keyboard.
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To create WordArt, follow these steps: 1. With a message open, on the Insert tab, in the Text group, click WordArt. 2. Select a style for your WordArt from the gallery. 3. In the Edit WordArt Text dialog box, enter your text, con gure the font format options, and then click OK.
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To format your WordArt, click the WordArt object to display the WordArt Tools Format tab, shown in Figure 9-18, and then apply the desired effects to your WordArt. When you have nished, click outside the WordArt box to return to editing the rest of your message.
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Figure 9-18. Format WordArt using the commands on the WordArt Tools Format tab.
Object
The last option in the Text group is Object, which lets you insert an object into your message. You can use an existing object or create a new one. To insert an object, with a message open, on the Insert tab, in the Text group, click Object. In the Object dialog box, select the object type or le name, and then click OK.
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Including Illustrations in Messages
Outlook 2007 provides a variety of illustration types that you can use to enhance your e-mail. You can add pictures, clip art, shapes, charts, and SmartArt (new to Outlook 2007). You control page layout, so you can place illustrations in any location in your message and then format them in a number of ways, including adding borders, shadows, and three-dimensional (3-D) effects. (Exact options vary between illustration types.) You can wrap your text around illustrations in several styles and even layer text and graphics on top of each other, using transparency effects to make everything visible. Each type of illustration has one or more groups of commands speci c to it, providing the controls needed for that kind of illustration. They also share a number of groups of commands on the Ribbon and operate in much the same way. We will examine the process of inserting a picture in some detail in the next section, describing the common commands. Following that, we will highlight the differences between the other types of illustration. Your ability to insert graphics in a message depends in part on which message format you use. With the new Outlook 2007 editor, you can insert embedded graphics when using HTML (the default) or RTF, with minor differences in layout options. You can t insert embedded graphics in a message that uses plain-text format.
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Attach graphics les to plain-text messages
Although you can t insert embedded graphics in a plain-text message, you can attach a graphic (or other) le to plain-text e-mail. To attach a graphic to a plain-text message, follow these steps:
1. In the message form, on the Insert tab, in the Include group, click Attach File. 2. In the Insert File dialog box, locate the le you want to attach, and then click
Insert.
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Commands on the Design tab are missing or disabled
Commands on the Design tab might be missing or always unavailable. This is because some commands work only with certain types of illustrations or when the message uses a particular format. For example, the Group command is always shown on the Design tab, in the Arrange group, even though its use is limited to only one type of illustration: shapes. If the message is in rich-text format, the Arrange group, which controls some aspects of text and graphics layout, is not displayed at all. You can still use a subset of those commands, however, by right-clicking the image and choosing the command from the shortcut menu.
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