Changing Text Color




-- I am using windows XP--if you are using another version of window your screens may appear just a little different --


To CHANGE FONT and FONT COLOR:
Find you new stationery .htm (by it's name EXP: teddys.htm) file in Stationery,
where you extracted it to,
To Locate file
  • Open "MY COMPUTER"
  • Double click "Disc(C:)
  • Double click "Program Files"
  • Double Click "Common Files"
  • Double Click "Microsoft Shared"
  • Double Click "Stationery"

after you find it, right click on it to show your options for text editor.
(if you are using XP you have a choice of editors. I prefer Note Pad) If you
are using another version of windows you may not have a choice use what ever
is available.

If your only choice is "Open and "Edit" click "Edit"( I have it highlighted in blue)
and your code will come up it a new screen.

If you are using a Netscape editor you will have to click the tab at the bottom
of the new window labeled "HTLM Source".

If you are using XP the screen shot below is what you will
see to make your choice of editors ( gray highlight)


The Font

  • You will see the stationery code (see screenshot below). You may have to scroll over until you see the area that I highlighted


THIS SCREEN SHOT IS FOR SCROLLING STATIONERY
(non-scrolling screen shot is below this one)


  • To change the FONT (highlighted in red), just replace the name of the font that's there with the one you want to use.
  • click "file" at the top left and then on the drop down menu click "Save"
  • Now close the file by clicking the "X" at the top right.


SCREEN SHOT FOR NON-SCROLLING STATIONERY




The Font COLOR

  • Open the file as indicated above
  • To change the FONT COLOR (highlighted in yellow), just replace the number/letter combination that's there with the one you wish to use. EXP: #000000 is the code for black, #FFFFFF is the code for white.
  • click "file" at the top left and then on the drop down menu click "Save"
  • Now close the file by clicking the "X" at the top right.


Close any other windows you may have open and you are ready to use
your stationery with the new Font or Font color.