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How do I flip text for iron-on transfers?

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I am using Microsoft Word 2003. I want to flip text to print on an iron-on

transfer sheet which will be transfered to a T-shirt.

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    • See http://www.gmayor.com/rotate_text.htm

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      Easy wrote:

      > I am using Microsoft Word 2003. I want to flip text to print on an

      > iron-on transfer sheet which will be transfered to a T-shirt.

      #1; Sun, 01 Jun 2008 13:09:00 GMT
    • Some printers have a "mirror" or "t-shirt transfer" printing option

      built into their printer driver... in Word, try clicking on File | Print

      | Properties, and see if that option exists for your printer.

      If your printer does not have the ability to print a mirror image...

      If you're trying to mirror text, see http://www.gmayor.com/rotate_text.htm .

      If you're trying to mirror an image (like a photo or a drawing), format

      the image as "float over text" (Word 97) or with a text wrapping style

      other than "inline with text" (Word 2000-2003), and then flip the image

      using the commands from the Drawing toolbar.

      Easy wrote:

      > I am using Microsoft Word 2003. I want to flip text to print on an iron-on

      > transfer sheet which will be transfered to a T-shirt.

      #2; Sun, 01 Jun 2008 13:10:00 GMT
    • Where do you go in word 2003, to do so?

      I read in Office Online , to turn the text into a picture first, then flip,

      Makes no sense to me. How do you turn text into a picture, Or Is it easier in

      word 2003?

      Thank you , Myra.

      "Easy" wrote:

      > I am using Microsoft Word 2003. I want to flip text to print on an iron-on

      > transfer sheet which will be transfered to a T-shirt.

      #3; Sun, 01 Jun 2008 13:11:00 GMT
    • A much easier solution is to check your printer Properties to see if the

      printer has a "Mirror image," "Flip horizontal," or "T-shirt transfer"

      setting.

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      "happy" <happy.ms-word.todaysummary.com.discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message

      news:95E290A7-924C-44AA-B491-CF2960CBD435.ms-word.todaysummary.com.microsoft.com...

      > Where do you go in word 2003, to do so?

      > I read in Office Online , to turn the text into a picture first, then

      flip,

      > Makes no sense to me. How do you turn text into a picture, Or Is it easier

      in[vbcol=seagreen]

      > word 2003?

      > Thank you , Myra.

      > "Easy" wrote:

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      #4; Sun, 01 Jun 2008 13:12:00 GMT
    • On HP Series printer there is mirror Image and it should be on any printer as

      its a setting that is so common.

      "garfield-n-odie" wrote:

      > Some printers have a "mirror" or "t-shirt transfer" printing option

      > built into their printer driver... in Word, try clicking on File | Print

      > | Properties, and see if that option exists for your printer.

      > If your printer does not have the ability to print a mirror image...

      > If you're trying to mirror text, see http://www.gmayor.com/rotate_text.htm .

      > If you're trying to mirror an image (like a photo or a drawing), format

      > the image as "float over text" (Word 97) or with a text wrapping style

      > other than "inline with text" (Word 2000-2003), and then flip the image

      > using the commands from the Drawing toolbar.

      >

      > Easy wrote:

      >

      >

      #5; Sun, 01 Jun 2008 13:13:00 GMT
    • > On HP Series printer there is mirror Image and it should be on any printer

      > as

      > its a setting that is so common.

      "any printer" ?! Hardly. Most recent ones perhaps, but still only a

      small percentage of all the printers in use. Not on my HP, for example.

      #6; Sun, 01 Jun 2008 13:14:00 GMT
    • Maybe that setting is available on *your* HP printer, but not all HP

      printers have this option, and certainly not all printers from all

      manufacturers have this option.

      Nicla_jayne wrote:

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      > On HP Series printer there is mirror Image and it should be on any printer as

      > its a setting that is so common.

      > "garfield-n-odie" wrote:

      >

      #7; Sun, 01 Jun 2008 13:15:00 GMT