Go to the Line Section and set Color to "White", then change Weight to "2pt". Then click OK.
Repeat these steps for each remaining Word Art, one at a time. Note that when you go back to add Color to the remaining Text, the new Color
will be listed under Recent Colors so that you dont have to go through the Custom Color Process again.
Illustrator, OpenOffice Draw, Inkscape, Corel Draw and Microsoft Publisher, you are able to freely move an Image anywhere on the canvas.
This is also possible in Microsoft Word as long as you first place the Image within a Text Box.
Place a Text Box, then go to the Insert Tab and click on the Picture Icon in the Illustrations Group.
This allows you to insert a Picture from File. It opens up the Insert Picture Window, where you can select your file and
then click Insert.
Be certain that your Images are in a format that will be recognized by Microsoft Word. These Images are saved in PNG (Portable Network Graphics) Format.
Once the Image has been inserted, Resize it by selecting one of the Circles and holding down the Ctrl + Shift Keys together, so that you don't get a disproportionate Image.
Repeat the steps to insert the 2nd Image. After resizing the Images, select the Text Box, then right click and select the Format Text Box option. Again set the Transparency to "100%". Do the same for the other Image.
Then select the Text Box with the Egg, click on the Format Tab and click on the Bring to Front Icon in the Arrange Group.
Next while holding down the Ctrl Key, select both Text Boxes, right click and select Format Text Box from the menu, then set the Line to No Color and click OK.