Creating a Flyer

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0.CREATING A FLYER — PRACTICE EXERCISE.................................................................3 Creating the Title............................................................................................................................ 5 Adding the WordArt....................................................................................................................... 6 Adding the Small Text Boxes.........................................................................................................8 Using the Design Gallery............................................................................................................... 9 Using the Calendar Designs Task Pane........................................................................................ 11 Adding the Third Text Box.......................................................................................................... 12 Creating the Table........................................................................................................................ 14 Adding the Picture........................................................................................................................ 15 Finishing Off.................................................................................................................................16 Project — Creating a Flyer........................................................................................................... 16

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Creating a Flyer — Practice Exercise
In this chapter you will learn about the following topics:  Creating the Title  Adding the WordArt  Adding the Small Text Boxes  Using the Design Gallery  Using the Calendar Designs Task Pane  Adding the Third Text Box  Creating the Table  Adding the Picture  Finishing Off  Project - Creating a Flyer

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Take a few moments to read the following important points: • This chapter contains practical exercises with step-by-step instructions. You should complete the exercises in order. • The example file(s) for this chapter can be found in the Course work folder. For more information on opening example files, see Study Instructions. Click the New button in the Standard toolbar. Use the File | Save command to save this publication. Call it My Flyer and make sure you save it in your Course work folder. Take a few moments to read the following important points: • In this practice chapter you will bring together the skills you have learned so far to produce a flyer or sales leaflet. • Although you could use a Publisher design to help you build your flyer or sales leaflet, you will not be doing this here. Instead, you will be starting with a blank page and then, using the skills you have learned so far, you will build a flyer from scratch. A copy of what you are trying to create is shown on the next page. • There are several steps involved with creating this flyer. First, you will use the wavy AutoShape to create the background for the title, then fill this with a gradient colour. • You will use WordArt to create the main title in the Wave 1 effect, with fill colour, border and shadow. • You will add two text boxes — one to hold the words THIS MONTH ONLY!, the other to hold the words SOME PRICE EXAMPLES. You’ll add a hairline border to these boxes. • You will use the Design Gallery to create the box with the calendar, then add a third text box with a small flower border and type the welcome message. • Finally, you will create a table and enter the pricing information, then insert a picture. • Please note that you will probably need to zoom in and out on the publication at different points during this practice exercise. There are no instructions telling you to do this — just change the view when you...
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