Learn about considering the different types of articles and the different categories of paragraphs that will make up the newsletter.
- [Instructor] Before we start working with the text…in our newsletter, let's just have an overview…of the kind of articles that we have.…These are all fairly typical for a community newsletter…of this length.…Let me point out which is which.…If I come to the final version,…you see that we have the top row…given over to this visual table of contents…then we have our lead article.…Our lead article continues to the back page.…So we need to consider the way the text flows…from one page to the next.…
Moving back now to page one,…the bottom portion of page one…is given over to a regular feature, News in Brief,…short single paragraph news items.…This starts on page one and continues to page two.…Also on page two, we have two other regulars,…the welcome letter from the editor and readers' letters.…On page three, self-contained, we have a second article.…
On pages four and five,…I'm referring to this as the feature article.…This is an article with supporting images…and a supporting sidebar article.…On page six, we have the community calendar.…
- Planning a newsletter
- Choosing a color palette
- Using a template and library items
- Placing and cleaning up text
- Creating and applying styles
- Working with images
- Evaluating, choosing, and placing images
- Working with inline images
- Preflighting the document
- Creating a print-ready PDF
- Creating a screen version of the newsletter
Skill Level Beginner
1. Planning the Newsletter
2. Working with Text
3. Working with Images
4. Printing the Newsletter
5. Creating a Screen Version of the Newsletter
Create a screen PDF5m 14s
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