Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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1. In Iteration 2, create the logo area at the very top of the worksheet and apply
the site color to distinguish it from the rest of the worksheet (Figure 8.3).
2. For the text that reads LOGO, choose a large font and select the word LOGO.
Choose Underline in the Type menu to indicate that this will be a link. Since
the client for your wireframe is internal, don't use a graphic logo from your
everyone knows already what the logo looks like.
3. If the text is too tall for the row height, increase the row height (Figure 8.4).
4. To create the next box, go to the basic page worksheet tab in your template and
copy the header bar; then paste it into position in the wireframe (Figure 8.5,
5. The header bar isn't the correct width. You can add to the width by copying
the right end of the header bar and then pasting it to the right of the existing
bar. Copy and paste an additional chunk of the header to fill in any gaps. Now
you can type in the header text, which uses the correct type specification for a
header in a box because it comes from your template (Figure 8.6, page 156).
6. From the boxes and buttons worksheet, select and copy the required
widgets; then paste them into your design to match the reference worksheet in
Figure 8.2 (Figure 8.7, page 156).
7. Copy the table from the first iteration wireframe and paste it into this new
worksheet, as shown in Figure 8.8 (page 157).
8. To finish this design iteration, add some placeholder content text to the table,
as shown in Figure 8.2. At this point your wireframe has enough information to
share with the team and get some feedback.
Indicating where to add
the logo text.
Adjusting the row
height to accommodate