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I'll show you how to do great ASCII-Art the very simple way. Sorry for my bad English - I'm German ;)
Choose any image from the internet or from your desktop. It should have no background and not too much little parts. Comic-figures work best. For this...
Open a new Word-document and paste the picture into it. You can set the size if you want.
Now do a right-click on the image and choose the last option (In German it's Grafik formatieren, I don't know what it is in English). In 'Position', n...
Set the font to Courir New, size 10 or 12. Now type over the image, line for line. For the background simply use spaces. For lightly colored areas use...
When you're done, remove the picture and you've made a brillant ASCII-Art-Document. Take a screenshot, if you want.
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That's a great tutorial! I wonder how many guys have taped tracing paper on their old CRT's just trying to do the same. If you're short on time, but like the idea of ascii art, try http://asciiart.club - it really doesn't get easier. -=cP
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