Move your Cursor over it, and when the Cursor changes to a Rotation Arrow, hold down your mouse button and move to the Left or Right of the Object.
Duplicate a few of the Eggs to put in the Basket and in the Bunny's Paw.
As these Objects are very small, the Rotation Handle does not show.
In this instance you would go to the Arrange Group of the Format Tab and select Rotate.
From the drop down menu that appears select More Rotation Options.
This opens the Layout Window.
You'll see Tabs for Position, Text Wrapping and Size.
In the Rotate Section of the Size Tab set Rotation to 10 Degrees and click OK.
Repeat for the other 2 Eggs in the Basket.
With that you've completed the Background for the Easter Egg Hunt Flyer and you can now move on to adding Text.
Repeat Step 11 to Insert a Text Box above the Bunny.
You'll see a Flashing Cursor.
Type the Flyer Title "Easter Egg Hunt". The Text will be very small.
Triple Click (click 3 times quickly) over the Text to select all.
In the Format Tab, go to the Font Group and clik the Down Arrow on the Font Box.
Select Advert from the Font List.
The Font has changed but the Text Size is still very small.
The Font Size is just to the right of the Font Box.
If you click the Down Arrow you can see a list of available Font Sizes.
However, the Font Size that we need is not on this list, so go ahead and type 60 into the Font Size Box and hit your Enter Key.
This reveals a drop down menu with options for Shadow Reflection, Glow, Bevel, 3D Rotation, and Transform.
This reveals a Transform Options Menu.
Select the Chevron Up options from the Warp Section.
You'll see the immediate change to the Text.
Notice also that a Pink Diamond Handle has appeared on the left side of the Text Box. You can drag this Handle up or down if you wish to adjust the Transform Effect.
Make the Text Box Transparent so that all of the Bunny will be visible.
In the drop down Text Outline Color Menu select White from the Theme Colors Section.
The Title Text now has a White Outline that could be a bit more noticeable.
In the Text Outline Color Menu select Weight > 2 1/4 pt.
This tiny change makes the Title Text pop.
A window with Preformatted Shadows appears.
From the Outer Section select Offset Diagonal Bottom Right.
Here's the Text with the Shadow applied.
Let's make the Shadow more vivid.
Reselect the Text and at the bottom of the Shadow Menu, select Shadow Options.
This will open the Format Text Effects Window.
You will see that Transparency is set to 60%.
Change that number to 30%. The change will be made immediately.
Click the Close button at the bottom of the Window.
Here's the Title Text with an even Darker Shadow.
Both Text Boxes will have to be Rotated. The Text needs to be given a White Fill. And the Text Boxes should be made Transparent.
Lastly, select the Text and on the Format Tab, click the Bold Icon from the Font Group.
The "Ages" Text is also set to Font Desyrel, with Font Size 24.
It uses the Transform Text Effect - Chevron Up and is also Rotated.
The "Spot the Bunny" Text is set to Font Advert, Font Size 40.
Besides the obvious White Fill, the Text is Rotated and Aligned Center.
You'll find the Center Icon in the Paragraph Group of the Format Tab.
At the bottom of the Flyer set the "Music" Text to Font Advert, Font Size 26.
The Space between the Lines of Text is a bit wide.
To correct this, select the Text and in the Paragraph Group of the Format Tab, select the Line Spacing Icon.
From the drop down menu select 1.0 instead of 1.15.
Now the Lines of Text are a little closer to each other.
The "Easter Park" Text is Aligned Right using the Align Right Icon.
And with that you would have completed an Easter Egg Hunt Flyer using Microsoft Word 2010.
Now the Flyer just needs to be Saved.
This opens the Save As Window where you can select the location for your file, give it a File Name and click the Save button.
If you are new to Microsoft Word, I hope this tutorial shed some light on some of the many functions of the Microsoft Word Interface.
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