This opens the Insert Picture Window.
After you've located the file, click the Open button at the bottom of the window.
Your Image will appear with 8 Squares around it.
Let's Resize this Image by using Position and Size from the Sidebar.
Set Width to 2" and Height to 3".
Move to the desired location on the Flyer.
Set Transparency to 60% so that the Image is a bit lighter.
This reveals the Arrange Menu.
Select the Send Backward Icon which is the 3rd Icon on the top row.
This will make Text placed above the Image more legible.
If you want to view more of Nick's Fonts check out his website at Nicksfonts.
For the remaining Text, I used a Font called Monoglyceride. It can be downloaded from FontFreak and is designed by Tepid Monkey Fonts.
(Note for a newly downloaded Font to be usable on your machine, you must first install it. Any Font installed while OpenOffice Draw is open, will not be visible in the Font List. To correct this, you will have to restart the OpenOffice Draw program after Font(s) installation.)
Click in any white space above the Image and type the Title Text "Aly's Restaurant".
Notice that both the Text Section and Paragraph Section of the Properties Sidebar appear.
Select all of the Text, click on the Down Arrow on the Font Box and select NotMaryKate from the Font List.
On the right side of the Font Box is Font Size which you should set to 44.
The Text should look like this:
Then type the "Authentic" Text, setting its Font to Monoglyceride and its Font Size to 28.
Center this Text by clicking the Center Icon in the Paragraph Section of the Sidebar.
For the other Subtitles, set the Font to NotMaryKate, and the Font Size to 22.
The Menu Items are set to Font Monoglyceride, and Font Size 16. Alternate between our Maroon and Dark Gray Colors for Text Color as shown here.
Set the Color of the Address Text to White, and make the Text Bold by selecting the Bold Icon in the Text Section of the Sidebar.
All of this is done so that the Text is more easily seen on the Maroon Background.
This opens the Save As Window.
Browse to where you wish to save the file. Name your file and click Save.
I do hope that you have enjoyed this OpenOffice Draw 4.0 Restaurant Flyer Tutorial and more importantly that you have learned something. Thanks so much for visiting!