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Edited by Carolyn Barratt, Darrelljon, Lael Rapier, Bananaluver52 and 26 others
Creating a newspaper or newsletter can be a rewarding project, and can serve a variety of uses. You can use it to inform the family of what’s new, pass on the latest business information to your employees, or teach a group of young writers the journalism process. Microsoft Word offers tools to easily create newsletters and basic newspapers. Follow this guide to start constructing a paper for any purpose. 
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Collect some newspapers. Draw inspiration from existing newspaper designs. Look at what works and what doesn’t. See how major papers place pictures and headlines to attract the reader’s eye. Understand how the basic elements of a newspaper work together.
  • Stories: This is the meat of the paper, where the majority of the text is.
  • Images: Photos and graphics are an essential piece of newspaper design. The break up large swaths of text and help provide context for stories. Also important for images are the captions explaining the significance of the image.
  • Headlines: The headline is the first thing the reader will see before deciding whether or not the story is worth their time.
  • Sidebars: These are attached to stories that contain extra information related to the story. 
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How to Edit a Word Doc to Look Like a Newspaper 
To make a Word document look like a newspaper, the critical items that should be included are a large headline, a date and multiple columns for the articles. Some newspapers use more than two columns, but considering the size of a standard sheet of paper, two columns will allow for the best readability. Microsoft Word has a newsletter wizard that does all the formatting work for you. You only need to add your articles and titles.

Instructions

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      Open Microsoft Word, click the "Microsoft" icon in the upper left corner and select "New" to open the "New Document" dialog box.
    • 2
      Click in the Microsoft Office search text box and type "Newsletter wizard" and press the "Enter" key. Double-click the "Newsletter wizard" in the "Search results" pane of the "New Document" dialog box to close the "New Document" box and open the "Newsletter Wizard" dialog box.
    • 3
      Click the "Next" button in the lower right corner of the "Start" page in the "Newsletter Wizard" dialog box.
    • 4
      Click a radio button on the "Style & Color" page of the "Newsletter Wizard" to select a style for your newsletter. You can choose "Professional," "Contemporary" or "Elegant." Choose the appropriate radio button to determine whether your newsletter will be in "Black and white" or "Color." Click the "Next" button.
    • 5
      Enter the title, date, volume and issue for your newsletter following the on-screen instructions on the "Title & Content" page of the "Newsletter Wizard." Click the "Next" button.
    • 6
      Click either the "Yes" or "No" radio button on the "Mailing Label" page of the "Newsletter Wizard" to select whether to leave room for a mailing label on the back of the newsletter. Click the "Next" button.
    • 7
      Click the "Finish" button on the "Finish" page of the "Newsletter Wizard" to close the "Newsletter Wizard" and create the newsletter.
    • 8
      Add your articles and images to the document following the instructions included with the document. Click the "Microsoft" icon and select "Save." Enter a name for the document and click the "Save" button to save the document.
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Aprende idiomas leyendo periodicos y revistas

When you learn English, you have to learn in whole sentences and in context * Learn languages by reading newspapers and magazines * Imprime diariamente de 10 a 40 renglones de algún texto o noticia interesante o curiosa en tu idioma. Subraya de 10 a 40 palabras (según tu disponibilidad). Anótalas en columna en el espacio disponible abajo del texto o en el reverso de la hoja. Tradúcelas al inglés u otro idioma deseado. Anota el significado al lado de cada palabra. 

Si ya entiendes lo que lees al 50% en un idioma extranjero, repite lo anterior pero ahora con oraciones cortas (en lugar de palabras) en el idioma extranjero que ya conoces. Revisa tu trabajo y compáralo con el de otros compañeros para corregir errores. Muestra tu trabajo a tu profesor. Pídele que te sugiera otra actividad que expanda lo que acabas de realizar. Copia y comparte este trabajo, súbelo a tu blog o página personal. My Homework Network * Non-Profit Sharing Ring * Languages * Collaborative School Projects * Prof JML * Mexico

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