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    Hey folks... brand new here and look forward to visiting and hoping to contribute also. Looking to do a project for a friend and what they want is for me to create some text in the sand of a beach image.

    What is the best way to accomplish this in Corel. Using the x5 suite right now. I have seen some tutorials online but nothing that worked well for what I was trying to do.

    I have attached a generic beach photo and like I said just looking to do some text on it like it is appearing to be written int he sand. Would prefer to use the text tool as I have a cool looking Sandwriting font so I guess the next step would be to some how apply specific effects to the text

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      Thanks .... will do. Here also is the example of the sand area where I am looking to have this writing to appear
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