Flowing text from one block to another


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Flowing text from one block to another

At point in the process, we still have some overset text in our poem. As you can see, indicated by this little red plus sign, sort of the variation on the Switzerland icon right there. What we want to do is we want to flow this text into multiple text blocks, multiple threaded text blocks. As you will see. I have saved my progress so far as a document called Partial poem.ai, found inside the O8_ type folder. With my Black Arrow tool, I'm going to click on this first text block right there that ends with "I thinks I'll puts it on." So, make sure you can see that entire line of type and I do take some liberties with the language here, as you'll see, that sometimes the verbs don't match the noun; other times, the words are just made up. But in any case, that's creative license for you.

Once you get the text block selected, make sure you can see the bounding box, by pressing Ctrl+Shift+B, Command+Shift+ B if necessary. If you can already see the bounding box, yo...

Flowing text from one block to another
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Flowing text from one block to another provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Illustrator CS4 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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