Thursday, November 17, 2011

Psalm 107:2 WORDart & a Tutorial on how to resize in Windows WordPad


First, I would like to say a great big thank you for all of your prayers, comments and emails in the past week.  You all sure know how to lift a girl up!  It meant so much.  I am feeling a lot better.  I am on a very low fat diet until my surgery on the 28th.  It makes food rather uninteresting, but it’s keeping the pain away, so I am not complaining one bit.  I am a little nervous about the surgery, but I know God will be right there beside me. 


Psalm 107_2

I am so thankful I have been redeemed by the blood of my Lord Jesus Christ.  I never want to be ashamed to stand up and say what He has done for me. He is such an awesome God!  Even in the darkest of days, He is still the light.  Could you imagine how dark it would be without Him?  I don’t ever want to be without His presence in my life.  I need Him and I am not afraid to say so.

You can download this WORDart here.


How to resize the WORDart in Windows WordPad

Did you know that you can open and resize the WORDart in Windows WordPad?  This is what you do:

1. Go to Windows start button

2. Click on All Programs

3. Open the Accessories folder

4. Click on WordPad

5. Once WordPad is open, click on the picture icon and select picture.

6. Navigate to where you saved the file on your hard drive and select the jpg file.  (If this is your first time using WordPad, you may have to select Create New first.)

7. Once the picture opens in WordPad, click on it and a box with four squares at each corner will be around it.

8. Hover your mouse over the bottom right square and your cursor will turn into a two-way arrow.  Drag your cursor toward or away from the graphic to resize it.

9. You can then go to the top left hand box (next to Home) and choose print to print it.

I hope this is helpful to someone!

Have a blessed day!



Teresa Arsenault said...

I am glad to hear you are feeling a little better, Karen. The surgery is nothing to be too concerned about. In 1981, when I had my gall bladder out, it was pretty major.

A couple of months ago my brother had his out and was home the very next day. He doesn't even have much of a scar to show for it.

Believe me, what you have been going through already is much worse than the surgery. And your life does not have to change afterwards. I can eat anything I want and I only get a bit of acid reflux if I over-eat - like at Christmas and Thanksgiving. :)


Scrapping Julie said...

so glad to hear you are better. i havent ever suffered with gall bladder but know several people that have, i hear it is no fun. you'll be yourself in no time!