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Making Flyers in No Time at All

Tip: You can quickly create a fancy flyer with art borders in Word. Click New Blank Document button on the Standard toolbar. Go to File to Page Setup and change all margins to 1”. Click OK. Go to Format to Borders and Shading to Page Border tab. Click the drop-down arrow in the Art section and choose a
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You can quickly create a fancy flyer with art borders in Word.

  1. Click New Blank Document button on the Standard toolbar.
  2. Go to File to Page Setup and change all margins to 1â€.
  3. Click OK.
  4. Go to Format to Borders and Shading to Page Border tab.
  5. Click the drop-down arrow in the Art section and choose a border
  6. Click the drop-down arrow in the Width section and choose a width for your border.
  7. Check the Preview to make sure you selected Whole Document.
  8. Click OK.
  9. Add text with a large font and center aligned.
  10. Add clip art or a picture from a file.

In no time at all, you’ve created a flyer. You can also show your teachers or administrators how to make a flyer. You can even create fancy flyers to market your workshops.

This tip was taken from My eCoach® Guide 151-7 Create a Memo. Go to My eCoach.

Submitted by:Barbara Bray

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