In MyOffice Text you can insert rectangles, ellipses, triangles, diamonds, folded corners, stars, hearts, brackets, arrows, callouts, or text boxes into your file. You can add these shapes anywhere in the document, except in the footnote area.
To insert a shape to a document:
1.Place the pointer where you want to insert the shape.
2.Display the list of shapes in one of the following ways:
•On the Command menu, select Insert > Shape.
•On the Toolbar, select the Insert section and click . On the displayed insert pane, hold the pointer over Shape.
3.In the opened sub-menu, select the shape you want to insert.
A text box is a framed text which can be easily moved within the text you are working on. Text boxes can be used for different purposes, including for creating legends for image elements or callout boxes with quotes from the main text to make them more visible.
To insert a text box:
1.Place the pointer where you want to insert a text box.
2.Insert the text box in one of the following ways:
•On the Command menu, select Insert > Text Box.
•On the Toolbar, select the Insert section and click . On the insert pane that appears, click Text Box.
3.Enter the text you want to be displayed in the text box. To format the text, use the standard text formatting tools.
4.To deselect the text box, click anywhere in the document outside the text box.