Using text boxes for document design


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Using text boxes for document design

In older versions of Word, text boxes are simple, even boring, boxes with text stuffed into them. In Word 2010, text boxes are new. They're graphic elements in the same families as the other building blocks that you've seen. Like cover pages, headers and footers, text boxes are used to provide information and to add both graphic interest and a professional design look to your documents. For most of the building block families, you'll find two text boxes in the Text Box gallery.

One will be a Quote, and the other will be a Sidebar, Annual Quote, Annual Sidebar and so on. Before you add a Text Box, you want to make sure that the insertion point is at least on the page where you want to add the Text Box, and hopefully even in the vicinity. We're going to add a Pull Quote to this page. It's got space. There's extra white space at the bottom of The Story of the Vitalia family and Two Trees Extra Virgin Olive Oil. So we have the ability to add some interesting design el...

Using text boxes for document design
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Using text boxes for document design provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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Word
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