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I know when you have to rotate text in paint, you have to put the selection box around around the text and then do a rotate thing, but I have to add a background to it afterwards, and if I add my background before the text, you can't even rotate the text in the text box. I use transparent selection and even regular, and then everytime I rotate it... The bg get's messed up! It's annoying, and even though I use picnik for text, I have so many more fonts on my computer. (I get my font's from dafont.com and fontspace.com if you need any.) It's just so frustrating, knowing that you can't do something really important. If there is a way to make it so that you can rotate the text box, please tell me!!
Yes there is (kind of) a way to rotate the text without having it cut off letters. First... you are using the newer version of Paint that comes with Windows 7? That is what I have and this is where the info is coming from. First, make your text box, and type your text. Then go to the Home Tab and his Rotate, and rotate it however you'd like. I guess this only works when you have a plain background and no picture, because it rotates the whole entire screen, even the picture.
I guess it is not helpful if you are planning on adding this text to a picture background because of the white around the edge of the text when you drag it over a picture. Paint is not a great program if you are planning on doing extreme editing to graphics.
Like Mentos said, Gimp is a great program, although it is harder to understand than paint. Paint.NET is also a decent editing program, maybe try that if you have time.
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