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Old November 13th, 2004, 09:53 PM
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Like this?

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Mary Sauer wrote:
Attached is a rainbow made inside Publisher using
AutoShapes...

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OK, but filling an autoshape with a
picture still results in a cutout.

Do you know a way to bend an image
into an arc?

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Old November 14th, 2004, 02:07 AM
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Mary Sauer wrote:
Like this?

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Not really...that's still like a cutout.

I mean something like this attachment...
but in a simple arc like a rainbow instead
of a ripple.

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Old November 14th, 2004, 11:32 AM
Mary Sauer
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Publisher has very little flexibility for this kind of work, it can be done but not
well. However if this is the only application you have...
See attached

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Mary Sauer wrote:
Like this?

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Not really...that's still like a cutout.

I mean something like this attachment...
but in a simple arc like a rainbow instead
of a ripple.

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Old November 15th, 2004, 04:25 AM
John Inzer
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Mary Sauer wrote:
Publisher has very little flexibility for this kind of
work, it can be done but not well. However if this is the
only application you have... See attached

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Pretty neat, and you are quite creative...but it
still appears to be a cutout.

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Old November 15th, 2004, 10:19 AM
Mary Sauer
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Do you want the image to fill the whole page? Any single image by itself will look
cut-out. In Corel I can make a photo look the way your test image appeared, distorted
and stretched. It is a normal Paint effect. In Publisher I have to fake it. I can
distort an image and curve it. Why I would want to is another subject.

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Mary Sauer wrote:
Publisher has very little flexibility for this kind of
work, it can be done but not well. However if this is the
only application you have... See attached

===================================
Pretty neat, and you are quite creative...but it
still appears to be a cutout.

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Old November 15th, 2004, 09:53 PM
John Inzer
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Mary Sauer wrote:
Do you want the image to fill the whole page? Any single
image by itself will look cut-out. In Corel I can make a
photo look the way your test image appeared, distorted
and stretched. It is a normal Paint effect. In Publisher
I have to fake it. I can distort an image and curve it.
Why I would want to is another subject.

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I wouldn't want to do it...that was just the request
of the OP. The sample I posted is a panorama that
is actually bent...and no doubt...a *bent* image would
be distorted.

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