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My sentence is:

The text needs to be incorporated in the banner.

I asked is it "in the banner" or "on the banner" and this created a lot of different opinions:

The text needs to be incorporated in the banner.
The text needs to be incorporated in to the banner.
The text needs to be incorporated to the banner.
The text needs to be incorporated on the banner.

How should that sentence be said so it's correct?

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I believe that both "in" and "into" would be good choices. A clue to this usage is found in "in corporated".

"incorporated to the banner" does not look exactly right. No.

As far as "on", here is an example: "this text needs to be on the banner somewhere." That sounds fine.

So, with the word "incorporated" included, then "into" or "in" are preferred. Without the word "incorporated", "on" is also valid. In fact, even with "incorporated" there, "on" doesn't look entirely wrong...

You have many options here, there is not one scientifically correct answer.

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