Select the down arrow on the right side of the Font List where you will select the Advert Font.
Set Size to 75pt.
This number is not on the Size List, just type it in the Size Box.
Now you can make a slight adjustment to the Text to Center it on the Path.
Using the Text Tool click at the beginning of the Easter Text and move your Spacebar a couple times so that the Text becomes Centered.
Using the Text Tool drag your cursor over the Title Text to select it.
On the Color Palette right click on the White Color to give the text a White Ouline, then click on any white area on the screen.
This deselects the Text so that you can see the changes made.
You will notice a very thin White Outline.
Again highlight the Text by dragging over it then click on the Text Properties Icon located at the right side of the Property Bar: Text.
This opens the Text Properties Docker on the right side of the window.
There are sections for Character, Paragraph and Frame. In the Character Section, select the down arrow to the right of the Outline Width Icon.
Here, choose 3.0 pt from the List.
Now the Title Text jumps out a bit more.
Click on the Blend Tool Icon on the Toolbox. Hold your mouse button down while over this Icon for a second to reveal a List of Icons. Select the Drop Shadow Icon.
Select the Easter Text with the Drop Shadow Tool. On the Property Bar: Drop Shadow, select the down arrow to the right of Presets.
This opens a Preset List of Drop Shadows.
Select Flat Bottom Right.
This Drop Shadow is then applied to the Easter Text.
There will be way too much distance between the Drop Shadow and the Text.
So we will make adjustments to the Drop Shadow Offset for X and Y.
Set X to 0.05 and Y to -0.075.
Next set Drop Shadow Opacity to 45 by entering this number in the box.
Set Shadow Feathering to 1.
Have a look at the Drop Shadow applied to this Easter Text.
The Text is now alot more striking than when it only had the Thin White Outline.
A list of Alignment Options appears.
Select Right which will align the Text on the Right side of the Text block.
Remember to change the color of the "Easter Park" Text to White.
And with that, you would have completed an Easter Egg Hunt Flyer using Corel Draw X6.
This will open the Save Drawing Window.
Browse to where you wish to save your file, give it a name, and then click Save.
I do hope that you have enjoyed this Corel Draw X6 Easter Egg Hunt Flyer Tutorial and more importantly that you have learned something.
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