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Oct 13, 2011, 14:39 #1
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Using a Wordperfect or MS Word document as a background image?
Hello there--I'm a total novice at this--building what is most likely going to be the only site I ever produce. I want it to look essentially like a piece of letterhead stationary (the site is for my law practice). I also want to use some tricks I found in here for making the edges look rolled or curled like a piece of paper (I found a tutorial on how to do this using CSS without images.). I found it very simple to make a "background" in Wordperfect because that application has decorative borders, etc., included and it is designed for making letterhead stationary.
The question is: can I convert a Wordperfect document into PNG (or other format y'all might reccommend) and simply use this as a background image that I lay my HTML text over? And, of course, if it is possible to do this might I want to do it another (perhaps better) way instead. In other words, is this a good idea? For all I know, what I'm suggesting here is common practice. The point is I want to use "best practices" throughout on my project--I'm kinda crazy like that.
Thanks in advance for any guidance.