[Text on Path] The text on the curve is pretty easy. Write the text in a text frame. Draw a curve using the 'Insert lines' tool. Use the tool that has a pencil with a line shaped like an 'S' around it. To draw the curve, just click once at the starting point of the curve, and drag briefly to the top-right. Then release the button, click at the end position of the curve, and drag briefly to the bottom-left. Once you are satisfied with the curve shape, just right-click the mouse and your curve is done. Select both the text frame and the curve, and select Item>Attach Text to Path. The text will follow the curve. You can play with alignment and other settings in the Properties palette. Rotate the whole curve slightly for a better fit.
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