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									                                                Colonial
                                               Newspaper
Lesson 2• Copying Text Between Documents                          INSTRUCTIONS (p. 1)

1. Open “Col. News”
   • Change Window to 75%.
   • Open Lesson 2 Colonial Newspaper Template that was downloaded with the
    student instructions for Lesson 2.

2. Copy text from one document to another.
   • Pull down the Window Menu and select Lesson 2 Colonial Newspaper
    Template(WP).
   • Triple click to select “Tax on Tea”, Copy.
   • Pull down the Window Menu and select Col. News(WP).
   • Click on the Text Tool (letter A) in the Tool Pallet, make sure you have a cursor in
    the first column where you want the text, then Paste.
   • Triple click the words “Tax on Tea”.
   • Change font to “Cloister Black BT” Text, 36 Point.
   • Click the cursor under the letter T in “Tax” to deselect.

3. Copy a paragraph from one document to another.
   • Pull down Window Menu, select Colonial Newspaper Template(WP).
   • Quadruple click (4 times) to select the paragraph, “Does King George...”.
   • Copy.
   • Go back to Col. News(WP).
   • Paste.
   • Place cursor in front of the first word, “Does”, and then press tab one time to
           indent five spaces for the beginning of the paragraph.

4. Copy text from one document to another.
   • Pull down the Window Menu and select Colonial Newspaper Template(WP).
   • Triple click to select ”Boston Tea Party”, Copy.
   • Pull down the Window Menu and select Col. News(WP).
   • Place cursor at the end of the “rotting”.
   • Press return three times, then Paste.
   • Change “Boston Tea Party” to “Cloister Black BT” Text, 36
    Point, center aligned.
   • Deselect by clicking the cursor in the line below “Tea Party”
           and change back to left aligned.




 Developed by: Janet Carr and Twyla Zerwas                         Formatted by: Doug Yonce
                                               Colonial
                                              Newspaper
Lesson 2• Copying Text Between Documents                           INSTRUCTIONS (p. 2)

 5. Using the same process of moving between documents and copying and
    pasting, copy the next paragraph, indent, place cursor at the end and
    press return three times. Remember before you Paste, place
    cursor where you want the text to appear (See step 3).

 6. Copy the word “Obituary” from Colonial Newspaper Template(WP). Paste,
    center align, “Cloister Black BT” Text, and 24 Point.
    • Deselect by clicking in the line below the word “Obituary”, press return, left
           aligned.

 7. Copy paragraph about Crispus Attucks and indent.
    • Click at the end of the paragraph and press return until cursor is at the top of
           column two.

 8. Copy “Want Ads” from Colonial Newspaper Template(WP). Paste, center
    align, “Cloister Black BT”, and 24 Point.
    • Deselect at the end of the last word “Ads”, press return, left aligned.
    • Copy all want ads from “Needed ....” through to the word “Bradshaw”.
    • Separate the three want ads by placing the cursor at the end of each and pressing
     return. This will put a space between each.
    • Place cursor at the end of “Bradshaw” and press return twice.

 9. Copy the line “Letter to the Editor” from Colonial Newspaper
    Template(WP). Paste, center align, “Cloister Black BT”, and 24 Point.
    • Deselect by clicking at the end of the word “Editor”, press return twice, left aligned.
    • Copy and Paste the letter. Place the cursor at the end of the word “Johnson”, and
     press return two times.
10. Retrieve the rest of the text from Colonial Newspaper Template(WP).
    Paste, center align.
    • Change “Patriot’s New Motto” to “Cloister Black BT” Text, 24 Point.
    • Change “No Taxation Without Representation” to Bold, 18 Point.

11. Save your document.
    • From the File Menu select Save and save as Col. News 2
    • Print a copy.




  Developed by: Janet Carr and Twyla Zerwas                            Formatted by: Sue Boyd

								
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