Using the Online Caption Editor

Now you can make sure every caption is the “right” caption.  Choose from thousands of editable church-related clip-art, images, and photos. Add and save your own caption or save the image without any caption at all.

In this article

  • Editing your images
  • Adjust the canvas size
  • Download your image
  • Keep Original Captions
  • Why aren't all images caption editable?
  • Why don't the fonts match the original image?
  • Watch a video
  • Editing your images

    You can change the caption on every image that has the Edit Caption link below it. Simply click it to open the  Caption Editor Tool.

     Then quickly and easily add your own caption, edit the font choice or color, or remove the caption completely!

    If you'd like to crop an image, drag the corners until you get the look you want.

    Adjust the canvas size

    You can change the size of the canvas so you can add more text around an image by clicking the plus or minus signs in the bottom right of the caption editor window. If you zoom out, you can drag the box around the image and make it bigger. Anything inside the white box will be included in your download. 

    Download your image

    Once you have it just the way you want it, download your new custom image to your computer.  When downloading an image, you'll always have more than one file format to choose from. Art images are provided in print and web-ready formats.

    Left-click on the file type (GIF, TIFF or JPEG) you want to download to your computer. You will then get your browser's dialog regarding a saved image.

    Keep Original Captions

    If you love the original caption as is, but want to add text, you can click the "Persevere Original Captions" box in the lower left of the caption editor and then add the text you want. This will keep the fonts that the artist used. Our artists are able to use many more fonts that than are available in the caption editor. so this feature is ideal when you are just adding text rather than editing the words that you see on the image.

    Why aren't all images caption editable? 

    Unfortunately, some images are not caption-editable because of the design elements.  These are often hand-drawn images of scripture that are incorporated into the original image (not just font over an image).  

    See an image you'd like to caption edit?  Drop us a line and we'll see what we can do. 

    Why don't the fonts match the original image?

    Some fonts that artists use are custom fonts that are not available in the online caption editor.  We do our best to match as close to the original option as possible, but sometimes the exact font is custom-built for an image.  

    Happy editing!

    Watch a Video

    Watch this brief video demo (1:43) to learn more about caption editing! Remember, that the caption editor tool is available to The Newsletter Newsletter subscribers. The caption editor is FREE with your membership and the library of caption editable images is constantly growing!

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