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0. Settings
1. Choosing fonts
2. Putting in text
3. Centering, shaping, font-size
4. Strokes on Offtexts
5. Rotating texts

Warping and rotating

Typesetting is basically putting text on cleans, so making that...
Oni_nonclean_small (12K)
Oni_cleaned_small (11K)

...look like this...

Oni_nonclean_small (12K)
Oni_cleaned_small (11K)

The most important and basic principles are:

0. Having the correct settings  [+] [-]
1. Choosing fonts  [+] [-]
2. Putting in text  [+] [-]
3. Centering, shaping, font-size  [+] [-]
4. Strokes on Offtexts  [+] [-]
5. Rotating texts  [+] [-]

More advanced stuff below:

Warping and rotating texts  [+] [-]

Warping texts can be useful if you have to typeset something like a shop's sign that is shown from a weird perspective. Use your text tool to select the text you want to warp. Next, use the option "warp" from the toolbar. The rest you should be able to figure out from the screenshots below.

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