> 1. In mirror image, draw your text on a linoleum block.
> 2. Carefully cut it out.
> 3. Prepare an ink pad.
> 4. Print the text with the linoleum block on clean paper.
> 5. When the ink dries, scan the paper document and save as a bitmap.
> 6. Import the bitmap into the drawing.
> 7. If the alignment is not right, select everything but the bitmap and
> rotate it for proper alignment.
That's the silliest thing I've ever seen. There's absolutely no need for
And it's all do-able within one workday. You're gilding the lily, going
for a sinecure. That's why we have such a high cost of living - guys
"Harvey" wrote in message
> And it's all do-able within one workday. You're gilding the lily, going
> for a sinecure. That's why we have such a high cost of living - guys
> like you.
Good one Harvey, just to make me go to the dictunary
(from Cambridge International Dictionary of English)
a position which involves little work, but for which the person is paid
I still don't know if it's a complement or if your insulting this Gentleman.
"Paul Jackson" wrote in message
> a position which involves little work, but for which the person is paid
> I still don't know if it's a complement or if your insulting this
> Paul Perplexed
Harvey can't insult me since I refuse to inyerpret any comment as an insult.
I've received jealous outbursts and understated compliments. Even some of
those say the opposite of what you mean things that have a single word
description in Harvey's vocabulary. I am perplexed about bring called a
Gentleman, with a capital "G" even. That's never happened before.
"Chris L" wrote in message
> MY way is under 10 seconds. AND, I can send the lines as toolpaths
> to my Router, Engraver or Vinyl plotter without exploding or nuthin' !
> Oh, and if I spelled it wrong, Its STILL text. Just highlight and retype.
> Awesum !
> Harvey wrote:
> > > See very very easy, this should take about 10 seconds, give or take a
> > > few minutes.
> > My way takes 10 seconds give or take a few seconds. I WIN!