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Subject: Re: Button Question
From: "Daniel Ajoy" <da.ajoy@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2007 10:54:58 -0500
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> Hello everyone, 
>  
> I am once more teaching my summer class, one less day and 
> one half hour less each day!Yet some kids who want to 
> learn.   I have a question I don't know the anwer for... 
>  
> Can a button have any other shape?  If yes how? 
>  
> They want their buttons to look great. 
>  
> Thanks for any help. 
>  
> Jean 

Buttons cannot but turtles can. Attached is a project
with many button shapes, you can add text to the buttons
stamping transparent text boxes on them and then
using those as shapes for turtles.

Daniel
OpenWorld Learning

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