1. Type the title, flatten it, and color it as desired. If you have used Fancy Fonts instead of text, there is no need to flatten the title.
2. Copy the flattened title and paste it four times. Make these four copies the color you want the outline to be.
3. Use the Arrange (SBC3) or Layout (SBC+) ribbon to align all five copies of your title. [Select all five copies of the title, and on the Alignment section of the Arrange ribbon, choose the icons that are second from the left and the next to last in the top row. This will stack all five copies one on top of the other.]
4. Move the original title to the front (it's easiest to do this on the elements panel - put it on top).
5. On the elements panel, select the first copy of the outline title. Using the arrow keys on your computer keyboard, move this copy one or two clicks to the left.
6. Next, select the second copy of the outline and move it the same distance to the right; in the same manner, move the third copy up and the fourth copy down.
7, If you are satisfied with the look of the outline, select all five copies and group them together.
This method can be used on word art, embellishments, and fancy fonts, too. For a slightly different look, you may want to experiment with the Glow feature in SBC3 (Format ribbon, Shadows).
Many thanks to CMC Shelley Alexander of Sydney, Australia, for creating and sharing this method and the instruction sheet with me! Have fun with it!