the easiest way would be to create your text with a word processing program (WORD, notepad aso.) or even with DW. Then take a screen capture and put it into an image processing program, such as Microsoft Photo Editor or Photo Shop or, or ....
You can cut the image as you need it, for example lioke this:
With some modern text programs can also save your text as *.jpg.
You would use a graphics application like Photoshop, Fireworks, or even MS Paint.
If your goal is to use a non-standard web font while maintaining web standards, then this tutorial shows you how:
It takes semantic HTML such as:
and automatically turns it into an SWF with your choice of font-family, text size, color etc.
Another approach is to use image replacement instead of SWF replacement:
Search engines cannot index images or flash objects.
Placing text in images will negatively impact your SERP rankings.
Best practice is to place the most valuable, keyword rich text into <h1>, <h2> or <h3> markup for SEs to find.
Designers, drop the print mentality if you want to survive on the web.
Best of luck with your project,
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