How to Design a Coffee Shop Template


A template is a special type of document that serves as the basis for a document you create frequently. The template always includes design elements that never change, thus allowing you to quickly change or add other elements without the need to start from scratch each time. A coffee shop template might be used as the basis for a web page or even as a menu in a coffee shop itself. Creating a coffee-themed template to help advertise your coffee shop can save you time and effort.

Things You'll Need

  • Microsoft Word 2007
  • Coffee-themed graphics
  • Open Microsoft Word 2007 and go to the "Start" button. Choose "New" and scroll all the way down in the template library. Select "More Categories" and choose "Menus." Open either of the available web page templates to custom-edit.

  • Go the the "Page Layout" section and select the "Page Color" option. Set the color of the page to a coffee color, such as a light tan.

  • Go to the "Home" ribbon to change your template text. Select the text style you want and use the drop-down font menu to change your font style and size. Use the font color option on the toolbar to change the color of your font. Choose a dark, coffee-colored brown to complement your background.

  • Select the images in the template one at a time, hit the delete key to remove them, then use the "Insert" ribbon to browse to the location on your computer where your original coffee graphics are. Coffee cups, a coffee grinder and coffee beans are all graphics that you could use to enhance your template.

  • Replace any text in the template with your own by selecting and typing over the template text. You can add more or less text than the template originally contained. Type your coffee and food items directly into the menu, then save your document as something different from your template. Now you have a coffee-themed template you can easily modify. This template can be used as a web page or as a coffeehouse menu.

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