Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Session 4.2
Figure 4-20
Graphic in new position
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middle of
5. Click anywhere outside the graphic to deselect it.
Trouble? If paragraph text wraps to the left of the graphic, you need to drag the graphic
further to the left, so that it aligns along the left margin.
The image of the airplane draws the reader’s attention to the beginning of the newslet-
ter, but the rest of the text looks plain. Max suggests adding a drop cap at the beginning of
each section.
Inserting Drop Caps
A drop cap is a large, capital letter that highlights the beginning of the text of a newsletter,
chapter, or some other document section. The drop cap usually extends from the top of
the first line of the paragraph down two or three succeeding lines of the paragraph. The
text of the paragraph wraps around the drop cap. Word allows you to create a drop cap
for the first letter of the first word of a paragraph.
You will create a drop cap for the first paragraph following each heading in the
newsletter. The drop cap will extend two lines into the paragraph.
To insert drop caps in the newsletter:
1. If necessary, click in the paragraph below the heading “Wide World Travel Clothes” (the
paragraph where you inserted the graphic).
2. Click Format on the menu bar, and then click Drop Cap . The Drop Cap dialog box opens.
3. In the Position section, click the Dropped icon.
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