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If it is only for binder edge, you can use Draw where you have more freedom for text placement and orientation. I mean, you don't write a complex document where paragraphs must be formatted according to a large set of rules. It is an independent "artwork".

Put your title inside a shape (most usually a rectangle), then rotate the rectangle at your fancy.

If it is only for binder edge, you can use Draw where you have more freedom for text placement and orientation. I mean, you don't write a complex document where paragraphs must be formatted according to a large set of rules. It is an independent "artwork".

Put your title inside a shape (most usually a rectangle), then rotate the rectangle at your fancy.

EDIT 2018-08-28

I remember I did that in a much simpler way. I printed my title/banner in a landscape page with adequate spacing above and below and adjusted margins (or center alignment). I then used scissors to cut the sheet to the required dimension.