Saturday, October 22, 2005

How I Make My Invisible Ink

I have been asked How I make invisible ink.

   First I enter the whole document with the parts that I want to become invisibile still showing.

    Then I select the part I want to be invisible, and hit the text color button -- the colored A on the tool bar -- and color the text the same as the background color, in most cases, white.

    When it prints, the text become invisible against the same colored background.  When you drag the cursor over it, it becomes "highlighted", and visible.  

Example >>> Isn't that fun? <<<

10 comments:

plieck30 said...

Thank you so much for telling us how to do that. I have seen it done before and didn't have a clue how to do it. Paula

jckfrstross said...

You are so smart:)

Deb

hunybea4him said...

yes very fun. lol too bad it doesn't work for the alerts.. hehe. I can read every line before I get here. " )  But I don't cheat and post answers, just read along.

Much Love,
Mary

nightmaremom said...

Congrats on your VIVA nomination and Good Luck!

stupidsheetguy said...

Congratulations on your nomination!

Jimmy

valphish said...

Yes, very, very neat!  I may use this sometime.  Yes, too bad this doesn't work in the alerts, though.  Hmmm...  Oh well.  Hey, you take care!! xox
http://journals.aol.com/valphish/ValsThoughts

adlessor said...

Invisible ink,  how clever.    Congrats on your nomination.  Best wishes.             Dawn

adlessor said...

Invisible ink,  how clever.    Congrats on your nomination.  Best wishes.             Dawn

memes121 said...

That is cool!

monponsett said...

I use a blue background with white font in my journal. Everything I enter is invisible to me until it posts. You have to hold a great deal of faith in your typing abilities to try this format.