How to Make a Newspaper in Microsoft Word 2007

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Microsoft Word can be used to make a newspaper by browsing through the pre-installed templates, finding a newsletter template and inserting the desired text into the different fields. Create a custom newspaper document in Word with help from a computer applications consultant in this free video about using desktop publishing software.

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Hi I am Tracy Prentiss of Montague, Massachusetts and I am going to show you how to make a newspaper in Microsoft Word 2007. Word provides a good number of templates online that will get you started in creating your newspaper. When you click on your Office menu button and select new the new document dialog box will come up. Scrolling down the list at the left there is a category called newsletters. When you select it the different newsletter designs available to you will be displayed. When you find one that has a look that you're pleased with, select on it, click on it, it is like the download button and a document based on the template will be opened for you. These templates have text in them, they have graphics in them and they have formatting. Once your document is open, select the text that you wish to change and replace it with the text that you want it to be instead. You can delete graphics that you don't want, you can add new ones through insert picture or insert clip art and you can do any formatting you wish. Remember to get rid of any standard texts that you don't want that won't be appropriate for what you are doing. When you have made all of your edits to your newsletter go to your Office menu button, choose save, give your document a name and then you have your newspaper and that is how to make a newspaper in Microsoft Word 2007.


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