While I’m not usually a fan of text only vinyl banners (afterall, a picture is worth a thousand words) they do have their uses and are typically a little less expensive than other banners and signs, for the budget minded consumer.
That’s about the only thing it has in common. To start, you just following the text on the banner “Click Here & Start Typing.” The tricky thing is, the text will not allow itself to become stretched or skewed, auto-adjusting its size to keep it proportional to itself.
This can be a little frustrating if you’ve got a really long message or a really small banner, but it is actually pretty easy if you keep a few things in mind.
For spacing, select the font you like first, and then use Size and the Line and Symbol Spacing tools to get your text laid out how you’d like it to look. And remember, you can highlight one line at a time to edit the size of just that line.
Once your vinyl banner is setup and looking great on-screen, the two green buttons on the upper right come into play. These work in tandem with one another, allowing you to save a design (which is great to then change a few things and save another version) or add the version on your screen to your cart. You’ll be prompted to save your online design when you add it to your shopping cart – this just makes sure that you’re ordering the most recent version of your vinyl banners and signs.