No problem! It's really fun to do newsletters this way, once you get the hang of it.kitchenqueen said:Thanks so much Becky! I do newsletters for my Pampered Chef business and the wives club for my husband's battery so you'd think I would know how to do this by now!! This will be great! Thanks again!!
To add a title to your newsletter in Word, click on the "Insert" tab, then click on "Text Box" and choose the style of text box you would like to use for your title. Type in your title and format it as desired.
To insert images into your newsletter in Word, click on the "Insert" tab, then click on "Pictures" and choose the image you would like to insert. You can also resize and position the image as desired.
Yes, you can use different fonts and colors in your newsletter in Word. Simply highlight the text you want to change and use the font and color options in the "Home" tab to make your desired changes.
To add a table to your newsletter in Word, click on the "Insert" tab, then click on "Table" and choose the number of rows and columns you want. You can then customize the table by adjusting the cell sizes and adding borders or shading.
Yes, you can save your newsletter as a PDF in Word. Click on the "File" tab, then select "Save As" and choose "PDF" from the file format options. This will save your newsletter as a PDF file that can be easily shared with others.