1 - Run Embird and click "Editor" menu to switch to Editor window.
2 - Select "Insert -> Font Engine Text" menu (Picture No. 1).
Picture No. 1
3 - Font Engine dialog box will appear on the screen (Picture No. 2). In the "Fonts" box you can choose the font which will be used for characters. After choosing the font, you can type your text into the "Text" box at the bottom of the "Insert" tab.
Picture No. 2
4 - Click the "Properties" tab to change the size, fill type, outline type, and other properties of lettering (Picture No. 3). If you want to change more fill and outline parameters, click "Parameters" button.
Picture No. 3
5 - Click "Layout" tab to change the layout parameters of the lettering. After choosing the "Layout" tab, change the baseline type in the "Baseline" box from "Line" to "Circle". The lettering is placed at the left side of the circle (Picture No. 4).
Picture No. 4
6 - Uncheck the "Keep Ratio" box to change the baseline shape from circle to ellipse. Then you can set the "Width" and "Height" of the ellipse. Use the "Start point" scroll bar to move the text along the ellipse boundary (Picture No. 5).
Picture No. 5
7 - If you want to place the text to the other side of ellipse click the "Place on the other side" box (Picture No. 6).
Picture No. 6
8 - Use the "Start point" scroll bar again to move the text to its final position (Picture No. 7).
Picture No. 7
9 - Use the "arrow" buttons in the red frame to expand the gaps between the characters (Picture No. 8).
Picture No. 8
10 - Finally, click "OK" button to create the lettering and insert it into Editor window (Picture No. 9).
Picture No. 9
11 - Use "File -> Save As" command to save the whole design to a file on your disk. Specify the format and the file name of the new design in the dialog boxes which appear on the screen.