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(J.M.'s comment) You can select a cell and do Format > Style > Text, or you can directly right-click on a cell bracket, or you can convert or generate a new text cell by the keyboard shortcut Alt+7. Also, in version 10, you should see a popup prompting you to convert your cell into a text cell when you start typing something that looks like a ...


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You can convert text to FilledCurve graphics primitives by converting via PDF. See here for example. In the example below I get the bounding box of the resulting graphics using PlotRange, then use Scale and Translate to size and position the text as required. t = Style["Text Text", FontFamily -> "Times New Roman", 60]; g = ImportString[ExportString[t, "...


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First, I'll have to admit that those data should be modified a bit: wd2="56δΈͺ7"; dat={{#1[[1]], -#1[[2]]}, #2} & @@@ Map[Reverse, **Those data**, {2}]; Then, just following @Sumit's answer, we'll have to use Inset to do this job, but we need to further specify the alignment by using Inset's Third options. Then, we also need to use the size option(the ...


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You can convert your Text to Graphics and then use any size Show[ImageCrop@Graphics@Text@Style["Text Text", 80, Bold, FontFamily -> Times], ImageSize -> 200] You can change the font size to get a better resolution. With a little modification you can use it inside a canvas in the way you want. insert[txt_String, col_, pos_List, angle_, ...



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