One handy feature of Microsoft Word is Newsletter Templates. This option provides users a variety of model newsletters that can be customized with relative ease. Sometimes the templates don't offer enough space and it is necessary to add more pages. Inserting additional pages can be done as easily as clicking a few buttons.
Open Microsoft Word.
Click "File" from the Word menu. Select "Project Gallery."
Choose "Newsletters" from the Project Gallery "Category" menu by clicking it once. A variety of templates will appear on the right side of the window. Choose a newsletter template by double-clicking it, or clicking it once and pressing the "Open" button on the bottom-right corner of the window. Each of the templates can be modified.
Click "Insert" from the Word menu and select "New Page" from the pull-down menu. A new blank page will appear that can also be modified. Copy and paste elements such as text boxes and photos from the previous pages.
Insert as many new pages as necessary and don't forget to save the document.
Tips & Warnings
- Copy and paste elements from other newsletter templates for more variety. These elements can all be modified to fit the look of the new newsletter.
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