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Yes. Definitely. Depending on the original program you are using to to create your sheets for the classroom, Word or Powerpoint, either way, it is still possible to add the borders in either program. To add them in Powerpoint or Word, your will right click on the border you want and select Copy, open a document and select Paste. In powerpoint, will add a text box. In Word, which is not as user-friendly because word is not a desktop publishing program, is a word processing program, you have to then right click on the border to layer it in front of or behind the existing text using the Text Wrapping feature in the right click menu. Hope that helps. Jen
March 19, 2013
I have no idea what I'm doing. I want to create like notes to parents and stuff like that with them. I did download them but when I open the file and right click there is no Copy command. I tried a few things but nothing worked. It only kind of worked in preview but that's not what I want. Can u please email me at email@example.com if possible. Thanks so much!!!
Sure. Have you downloaded the file to your computer? What do you want to create with the Loopy Borders? How do you want to use them? If it's easier, I can email you the borders as .png files directly. Let me know.