How To Create Banners Using Paint.
Creating simple banners is easy. The best part about doing this is seeing your articles come to life. It is amazing what adding a few simple banners can do.
Watch, as if by magic, as your articles look better and more professional. So professional, in fact, that it get's noticed by your readers to the point where they start asking how you do it. Hence the reason for putting together this little tutorial.
How to easily create your own banners.
I started creating banners by trial and error which sometimes isn't a bad place to start. The only problem is that it takes longer than it would if someone could teach you to do it. By finding someone to teach you makes it much quicker and without the need for trial and error.
This is where I come in. By reading this and following the screen shots here you should be able to master how to create your own banners quickly and effectively.
So here goes.
What is paint ?
Paint is a basically a photo editing programme by Microsoft. If you don't have the programme you can download it by doing a Google search.
It allows you to make your own pictures, which, in turn, means that you can easily create the type of banner you need.
Are you sitting comfortably?
Then I'll begin.
- Open up paint on your pc, laptop or tablet.
- At the same time you can open word to edit your banner first.
- View the video below in order to make your banner as you watch the video.
Follow the video and pictures.
If you follow the video you will be able to make some great looking banners for your articles. Experiment if you have some spare time and save what you do on paint as jpeg files. That way they will always be with your pictures and will be easy to load up to the internet.
Have fun with what you create.
This article was inspired by one of my hub friends. Make sure you visit her pages as she writes really interesting articles. You never know you may see some professional looking banners there.
Sue Bailey is her name http://suebailey.hubpages.com/
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Have a great day.
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