Attaching text to paths
You can align text to a path that is open or closed, with curve or corner points. The text can be linked to other paths or text blocks. Type specifications of text attached to a path remain intact. You can apply transformations to text attached to a path as you would any other object.
You can flow two lines of text on a closed path. The characters up to the first carriage return flow along the top of the path, and the characters from there to the second carriage return flow along the bottom of the path. On an open path, only characters up to the first carriage return or tab appear. An indicator dot appears in the text's link box if the text overflows the path. Left-aligned text on a curved path is respaced automatically to avoid overlapping letters.
You can also make text flow inside a path; see Flowing text inside a path.
To attach text to a path:
Using the Pointer tool, Shift-click to select a text block and a path.
Select Text > Attach to Path, or click the Attach to Path button on the Text toolbar.
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You can edit text directly on the path or 3podm Use the Text Editor; see Using the Text Editor.