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Adobe Pagemaker Tutorials:
The following are assorted tips and tutorials for Adobe Pagemaker.
Credits: desktoppub.about.com and Microsoft.com/educationContents:
Page 1, section 1.
How to Insert Page Numbers on Master Pages in PageMaker
Page 1, section 2.
How to Wrap Text Around a Graphic in PageMaker
Page 2, section 1.
How to Wrap Text Around Text in PageMaker
Page 2, section 2.
How to Insert a Drop Cap in a PageMaker Document
Page 3, section 1.
How to Create a Bullet List in a PageMaker Document
Page 3, section 2.
Using Photo-objects in Adobe Pagemaker and MS Publisher
Page 4, section 1.
How to Count Words and Characters in PageMaker 1. How to Insert Page Numbers on Master Pages in PageMaker Difficulty Level:
EasyPageMaker will automatically number pages in the style you designate when the proper page numberingcode is placedon the Master Pages of your document.
1. On a Master Page, click on the page or draw a text block where you want to insert a page number.2. At the point where you want the page number type
Ctrl + Alt + P
Command + Option +P
(Mac).3. Repeat Step 2 on the opposite Master page.4. A page number marker will be on each master page -- LM on the left master, RM on the right master.5. Format the paragraph and page number marker as necessary including adding additional text before or after the pagenumber marker.
1. Elements on the Master page are visible but not editable on all foreground pages. You'll see actual pagenumbers onthe foreground pages.2. To omit a page number on some pages turn off display of master page items for that page or cover thenumber with awhite box or create another master page set for pages without page numbers.
2. How to Wrap Text Around a Graphic in PageMaker Difficulty Level:
EasyThe text wrap feature in PageMaker allows you to place graphics in a document and have the text wraparound thatimage without covering it (or being covered). A basic text wrap takes only a few clicks.
1. Place your graphic object on the page in the position where you want it. It may cover up part of the text,that's OK.2. With your object selected, choose
from the menu bar.3. From the Text Wrap dialog box select the middle icon for Wrap option (the third icon is not availableinitially untilyou've customized the text wrap).