Open Image: Click to select the image to be titled from
your pictures folders.
Save Image As: Click to Save at titled image. You may
type a File Name or ImageTitler automatically adds a "-Titled"
suffix to the original file name.
Select Font: ImageTitler offers the selection of
up to 16
commonly used fonts. Click on the arrow to display and select
the font. You may change font of the text by simply clicking on
a different font. (ImageTitler uses True type fonts that are
installed on your system)
Text Color: Click on the color button to select the color
of the text.
Text Style: Click on the box to select Bold and/or Italic
Text Size: Click on the Up Arrow to increase the size of
the text and the Down Arrow to reduce text size. Hint: If
the entered text doesn't show in the image area reduce the text
size until it does. Hit the Enter Key to add lines of text.
Text Position: Click on the position arrows to move the
line of text.
Text Alignment: The text alignment boxes are used to
select the alignment of multiple lines of text with respect to
the top line. Use Text Position to align the text to the image
Retain Settings: Click the Retain Settings box to use the
text tool settings to subsequent images.
ImageTitler Video Tutorial
·Microsoft® Windows® XP
SP2, Vista, & Windows 7
·1024 MB RAM memory
·10 MB of disk space
·High Color (16 bit)
display colors setting (True Color recommended)
resolution (1024x768 or higher recommended)