"I will land my Flying Saucer on the White House Lawn" Type your name in the spot reserved for typing your name right below this saucer? Just click on the Customize It! button link deal thingy and you're in. Now, there are a series of tubes, no wait that's the internet, there are a number of layers, how many layers I do not know right now as I am writing this before I have assembled the text and image layers. Assembled, composed, whatever. I'll assemble a composition of text and AN image. How's that? Anyway three of these layers will have a whole mess of these characters: &&&&&&&&&&&&&. Your job, should you choose to accept it, is to then click on one of the text layers with the &&&&&&&&&&&&&s, then click on the words in the text layer bar which read Change Text. Now erase all of the &&&&&&&&&&&&&s and replace them with your name, your girlfriend's name, your boyfriend's name, your wife-to-bee's name, your hubby-tube-ee's name, your wife's name, your husband's name, your band's name, your team's name, your crazy mad scientist uncle's name, your "bus driver" mom's name, your gerbil's name, your dog's name, your best bud's name, the birthday girl's name, the birthday boy's name or the name of your cat. Those are your choices. No strangers! I'm just pulling your finger, uh, leg. Yeah, you Earthlings say leg, don't you? Odd. How does that work anyway? Remember Always, Forget About It. No, scratch that. Remember there are three text layers that are exactly the same, two acting as SHADOWS, ooooooh, of the layer above it of the same text. You must type the same name in all three or you won't like it AT ALL. When you are done changing the name to perfect the text then you may need to move the line of text left or right to try to get the same amount of spacing at the start and at the end of the text. You could click ARRANGE> CENTER Horizontally, then click the ARROW which moves things right until it lands perfectly where it should be or get it close enough for horse shoes and cigar ships. Then place your cursor on the text image itself, which allows you to move the line of text one pixel at a time when you really need to. If you are successful at doing this without moving the line of text UP or DOWN then do the exact same thing with the other two lines of text. When I add shadow to text I usually put them in the center of the page and then move the layer that is below one pixel to the right and one pixel down but I also usually only use one Shadow text layer. Move the SHADOW TEXT Lines of Text one pixel right and one pixel down (move the lowest, the shadow of the shadow, two pixels right and two pixels down). I mean it only makes sence, donut? Have I confused you yet? RATS! In other words: on this image you are going to have to parallel park the puppies in a tight spot. So if you can, get one layer of text directly over the other directly over the third. Then click on the text layer TITLE BAR which coincides with the text layer which is below or "the shadow" and, with your cursor, move it one pixel to the right and one pixel down. The layer below the layer below the top layer must be moved two pixels right and two pixels down with respect to the top layer. Don't you go dissin' the top layer now. There, that was easy, wasn't it? It should now be in keeping with the rest of the text, should you decide to keep it. Oh yeah, do the same thing to change the ( / / ) DATE. You know, Zazzularity abounds at Zazzle and you could just as easily, NO! I take that back, far, far more easily silly, simply click on all of the text title bars that you Don't Even like, then click EDIT> Delete and be done with them all. Then you could add text or not add text. I will never know, will I? Also, choose different fonts, font colors (thrice times, don't forget Mr. & Mrs. Shadow), enlarge or reduce the size of the IMAGE to fit more or less text. Enlarge or reduce the size of the text for some as yet unknown reason. You'll think of a reason. Change the color of the background by ADDing TEXT (the letter I works well at 150-300 magnifco-ation) and then ARRANGE> Send to Back, click on the BLACK BOX and select a color and your done. You could ADD TEXT (several different letters) and (several different fonts for those letters), send them all to the background, enlarge and/or reduce them, arrange them in a pleasant manner and you've got yourself an awesome background to compliment your composition of an image of a Flying Saucer Landing On The White House Lawn, text attributing credit to who was at the controls, the date and a fine choice of shirts I might add. See you next time you're in Cydonia Mensae, Mars. Now hiring Saucer Drivers. Would you accept a commission as Captain? Would you print your Captain's Name over or under the saucer on either the front or the back of the shirt or both? Would you then wear it? Would you then dare wear your custom super deluxe mega hyper dimensional T-shirt to a comic book convention? PLEASE? These and many more inexplicable questions will be answered on the next 19.5 GNUs TALK AM Radio in 3D+SpaceTime TV-Radio TV Show. Unfortunately, the transmission is being blocked on Earth by your government, and so too is the rear end and the wipers. Oh, well, and as always: whatever. Surf's Up! Bonini Beach Surfboards. Bonini Beach SurfAce Street DX -_- MJ12club.com -_- http://www.Zazzle.com/MJ12club* -_- LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL Copyright (C) 2011 Marti J. Hughes; All rights reserved.