Kindergarten staff often ask us where they can download a dotted version of Vic modern cursive script so they can produce printing exercises for their children.
Unfortunately we have not found such a font. So we have come up with an easy solution in Microsoft Word that uses a custom WordArt style!
First: If you don’t have Vic Modern Cursive Script font installed refer to our tip;
Add Victorian Modern Cursive Script font in Word
Once the font is installed in Word you can format the text to have dotted lines using WordArt.
In this tip you will learn how to…
- Download our template ‘Vic modern cursive script with dotted lines’
- Save the document to your computer
- Edit the text to create new words
- Create new WordArt and format the text to have dotted lines
This Tip is based on Microsoft Word 2007.
Download our template ‘Vic modern cursive script with dotted lines’
We have created an example printing exercise. Click on the link to open the document in Word;
Save the document to your computer
In Word select Office button/ Save As, choose a location and save your document.
Edit the text to create new words
Click on the WordArt text and the WordArt Tools format tab will appear, click on the tab and select edit text, type your text then click Save.
Create new WordArt and format the text to have dotted lines
In Word click on the Insert tab then select WordArt, choose WordArt syle1
Choose font VIC MODERN CURSIVE, type your text then press ok
Click on the WordArt to select it then click on the WordArt Tools format tab. Choose Shape Outline/ Dashes/ Square dot.