Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Break. Under Break types, click the Column break option button, and then click the
OK button. Insert another column break before the heading “Advantages of
Membership.” On the second page, click at the top of the left column, press Enter
three times to insert some blank paragraphs, and then insert another column break.
This column break should move the cow graphic and the text below it to the middle
column. Press Ctrl+End to move the insertion point to the end of the document, and
insert another column break.
6. Change the Zoom setting to Whole Page and review your work. The document should
consist of two pages, with three columns each. The graphic and the co-op address
should appear in the middle column on the second page.
7. Click the cow graphic in the second page, click the Copy button on the Standard
toolbar, click to the left of the heading “Become a Member!”, and then add two blank
paragraphs. Click in the first new paragraph (at the top of the column), and then click
the Paste button on the Standard toolbar. The middle column of the first page now
contains another cow graphic, with the heading “Become a Member!” below, fol-
lowed by two paragraphs of text.
8. Click in the left column of page 2, and then delete all but one of the paragraph marks
above the column break. With the insertion point located at the only remaining para-
graph mark in the left column, insert the WordArt text “JOIN NOW”. In the WordArt
Gallery, select the style in the left column, fourth row down. Be sure to type “JOIN
NOW” in all uppercase letters in the Edit WordArt Text dialog box. Save your work.
Don’t be concerned if part of the WordArt object is truncated. You’ll fix that in Step 9,
when you rotate the WordArt.
9. Select the WordArt object if it is not already selected, and then click the WordArt
Vertical Text button on the WordArt toolbar. The heading is positioned vertically in
the left column of page 2.
10. Adjust the size of the WordArt object (by dragging a sizing handle) so that the
WordArt spans the height of the column—do not press Shift as you drag the handle—
and the letters spread out to fill the height of the column. When you are finished, the
WordArt object should be approximately 6 inches high. If you increase the size too
much, the WordArt will jump to the next column. If that happens, click the Undo
button and try again.
11. Click the Format WordArt button on the WordArt toolbar. In the Format WordArt dia-
log box, click the Colors and Lines tab, click the Color list arrow, click the black
square in the upper-left corner of the palette, and then click the OK button. The
WordArt changes from a marbleized brown to all black. Save your work.
12. Use the Copy button on the Formatting toolbar to copy the “JOIN NOW” WordArt
object to the Clipboard. Paste a copy of the WordArt object in the right column of
page 2, double-click the WordArt object, and then change the text to “HILL STAR”.
When you are finished, page 2 should consist of the “JOIN NOW” WordArt in the left
column, the graphic and address information in the middle column, and the “HILL
STAR” WordArt in the right column. Verify that Zoom is still set to Whole Page view
and examine your work.
13. Use the Center button on the Formatting toolbar to center both WordArt objects in
their respective columns. Then use the Page Setup command on the File menu to cen-
ter both pages vertically. ( Hint : Use the Vertical alignment setting in the Layout tab.)
Save your work.
14. If you need to add a small amount of text to a document that’s formatted in a compli-
cated way, you can use a text box, which is a kind of miniature Word document. Like
a graphic, a text box is an object that you can select and resize. You can edit and