Text Properties Dialog "Word Wrapping" Page


 

This page contains some esoteric stuff that affects how your text will word-wrap. 

Ignore Label Edges: If you check this box, you can drag a text object partially off a label, and it won't affect how the text object word-wraps. The result will be that some of the text in the text object won't be visible, because it will be off the label. If you uncheck this box, dragging a text object partially off a label will cause the text to word-wrap when it reaches the label boundary instead of waiting until it reaches the text object's margin. 

Hole Handling: These options let you choose how you want your text to word-wrap when it encounters the hole in the middle of a CD or DVD label. Your choices are:

Ignore Holes: Pretends the hole isn't even there. If you select this option, text that crosses the hole will be invisible, because the text object won't try to wrap around it at all.

Wrap on left side: Wrap text to the left side of the hole. If your text object lies entirely to the right side of the hole, this setting may produce unhappy results.

Wrap on right side: Wrap text to the right side of the hole. If your text object lies entirely to the left side of the hole, this setting may produce unhappy results.

Wrap on widest side: Wrap text on whichever side of the hole has the most room within the text object's boundaries.

Wrap on both sides: Wrap on both sides of the hole. Print as much text as will fit on the left side of the hole, then skip over to the right side of it and print text there as well.

Skip to bottom of hole: Go around the hole entirely, and don't resume printing until you've gotten to the bottom of it.

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