WORD: Creating Beautiful Font

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If you want to design a beautiful font like the image here, there are the steps in Word:

Name written in Old Style

Steps:

  1. Highlight the words and change font to Gabriola.
  2. Click on the Font dialogue box launcher (little box with arrow–bottom righ corner of the font group).
  3. From the Ligatures box, choose Historical and Discretionary.
  4. From the Number spacing box, choose Default.
  5. From the Number forms box, choose Old-stlye.
  6. From the Stylistic sets box, choose 6.
  7. Make sure the paragraph is double space as well.
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WORD, EXCEL, PPT: Creating Hyperlinks

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How To Insert Hyperlinks

Hyperlinks add the capability of moving from one position to another quickly and easily, such as linking to another slide, another file, or even to a web site.

  1. Highlight the text or graphics to link
  2. Insert Tab > Links command group > Hyperlink
  3. Choose the target (Place in this document)
  4. Choose the slide

Once a link has been followed, the linked text will change color. You may want to create a “Return” hyperlink.

One advantage of hyperlinking to a separate file is that the size of the presentation file remains smaller than if the file was inserted into the presentation. A disadvantage of linking separate files is that if the name of the linked document changes or if it is moved into a different directory, the link will be broken and the information will not be accessible.