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rotating text in Word


algo mas

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I would like to rotate =P and other emoticons so that they are the right way up. [the above is a face poking out a tongue]. I have tried using Paint but not always good. Is there a folproof way of doing this please?

I would like to use Word as it is fast to load and can copy and paste into, e-mails,facebook etc.

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Write it in Word Art, its then insert like a picture which you can rotate

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algo mas

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Cannot get this to work.

The = above the P so it looks like a tongue poking out. Also turning :] 90o right.

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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:op will rotate in Power point then save as picture but you will need to beable to post pictures in your emails

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algo mas

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The rotating does not have to be done in Word. However I need to to paste it in word and then copy and paste somewher else. My Chinese symbols etc work. [without rotating].

Thanks. Will try that.

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Woolwell

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I never use them. But you could copy and paste from here emoticons or put your symbol into a text box and rotate that.

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