How do I Mirror Text in Word 2007?


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mkr

Question: How do I mirror text in Word 2007?

Purpose: I have to send the cover page of my book to the printer who uses
Offset Printing Technology. For this I have to create a Mirror Image of the
Cover page, print it on a Tracing paper and forward it to my printer.

For years I used Adobe PageMaker 7 and it had a very simple approach: select
the text and click at the button provided for Mirorring and its done. Now I
have swiched to Word 2007 as it has other imortant features that I need for
authoring books but I could not find mirroring feature. MS Word 2007 Help
also did not help.
 
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M

mkr

Thanks for prompt help. It did help. I found my answer by choosing Flip
Horizontal radio button. This is what I was looking for. Now I may not have
to create a replica in Adobe PageMaker and then do the Mirroring. Thanks
again!
 
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Suzanne S. Barnhill

If you just need to create mirrored physical output, check the Properties
for your printer. Many printers have an option to do this. It will be
labeled "Flip horizontal," "Mirror image," "T-shirt transfer," or the like.

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Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
http://word.mvps.org
 
M

mkr

When I paste the text it reduces in size and that defeat the very purpose.
Paint’s resize or attributes functions don’t bring the text back to its
original size.
 
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Graham Mayor

Check the size of the pasted image. If it is 100% then it will be the same
size as the original text.

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