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Assistance With Inkscape -- Turning Text Into Multiple Images


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#1 DnDer

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Posted 18 April 2013 - 04:56 PM

I'm doing some rudimentary website design to get my feet wet again after years of not touching the stuff. I need a hand figuring out what I need to do here with my navigation.

 

I have a horizontal line (drawn with the pen tool) all the way across the page. Beneath it, I have (using the text tool) inserted my navigational headers: here, there, nowhere, everywhere. Right below that is another horizontal line (created using the duplicate shortcut on the keyboard).

 

I want to break that into 4 separate images without breaking the lines. I want to turn this text into images because (a) it's not a standard font, and (B) I like the idea of people not having to click the exact letter of the words to go to the desired page.

 

Like I said, really simple. But, for the life of me, I couldn't figure out how to do it last night when I was using the software. The last time I had to do this was in an academic setting where I was able to use a licensed version of illustrator, where I could just "create web slice" and then export the individual slices.

 

How do I get that same result with Inkscape?



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