- In the picture above, the central rectangle is the actual text box
- The 4 square corners are for moving the text box around the page. Place your mouse on one of these squares, right click, hold and try moving it up, down, left or right and see what happens.
- In the image below,
- orange box 1 = Type the name of the font your prefer (eg. Times New Roman).
- orange box 2 = space between the lines of your text
- orange box 3 = space between the letters of your text
- red box = font size
- pink box = text box handle (this appears when you hover your mouse near any of the 4 walls of the text box)
- blue box = is where the text appears as you type it.
- If you add a positive value the text rotates clockwise.
- If you add a negative value, the text rotates counterclockwise.
You can place your text box at the bottom of the image letting it span the entire length of the bottom. Now you can drag and drop the anchor to the extreme left center of the text box, and then rotate.
We're done with the watermarking. Let's save the image. The screenshot below shows the save options in GIMP.