Create a Text Banner in Word 2010 You have to set up a custom banner in your ribbon. You can do this, by installing the Microsoft Word 2023 Publisher Pack and then using the Preview to Create a new Banner. Here's a step-by-step tutorial: You have to set up a custom banner in your ribbon. You can do this, by installing the Microsoft Word 2023 Publisher Pack and then using the Preview to Create a new Banner. Here's a step-by-step tutorial: In Word, click the File menu and then click Tools. Select the Fonts tab. Step 1. Select the type of background image you're using. Then, in the Create New Action section, select Create... Now, you can choose between two options. You can choose to add a .png file or to use the .bmp image format. For this tutorial, we'll use the .bmp files. Select all the .bmp images in your Word document and the word will open a preview window and allow you to save them as a .bmp. (If you want to use a .png file, here's a tutorial: How to Set a .png Banner image) Step 2. Next, add the background image to the page. Select the Picture item and click Save as Picture. Now, you have the background image on the page and the image inside the page will have the same red color. (This is the best way to add a background image to a page in Writer, as the background image will be transparent and transparent backgrounds are much better.) Step 3. Now, select the background image and type your text. If you want to use a full color background, select the color button and then click Background. Select all the text you want to add and then click Insert. (You can also select all the text and then click Insert > Text Tag in Word 2023 to open the Insert Tag window). Note: You can set an image for each paragraph. Here is the code for one paragraph. This will add 4 images to your document. The first image is a blue rectangle (as shown in Figure 2.) The last image (which should be behind the text) is a purple circle. Figure 2. The fourth image is behind the text and the fourth image should be behind the last paragraph. Step 4. To turn the first image transparent, select the image and click Open Color.