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Menu with Scroll Function

Posted on 2010-09-02
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Hi Experts. I need to create a simple menu with a fancy background.  I want to add chapters in text writing onto this menu and I want the user to scroll down to see the rest of the chapters. Is there a way to do this in MS Word / MS Publisher. I am not a programmer so soemthing simple will do. Is there a template I could use?
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In Word, you can add a background picture to your text. However, be aware that Word is primarily a tool for editing and formatting documents for printing. It isn't built for interactive display, though it does it quite well.
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Hi. Thaks for the reply but adding text to a doc is easy, hyperlinking it to a file is easy, how do I add a scroll feature so a user can scroll down to see the rest of the text
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Scrolling is built-in to the Word user interface. There is a vertical scroll bar on the right hand side of the window.
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