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  1. 50 LESSON 2 Architect’s letterhead choose (Windows only) the AGFA- Choose File > Save As, and type ProSet9800 for Compose to Printer. Then 02WorkA.pmt for the file name, open the click OK. 02Lesson folder, select Template for Save As Note: If you do not have the required printer, Type (Windows) or Save As (Macintosh), you can still create the project as directed and and click Save. then print it on your own printer by selecting your printer and its PPD (if it is a PostScript printer) in the Print dialog box when it is time to print. You can also use the Export Adobe PDF command to create an Adobe PDF version of the project rather than a printed copy, as described in Creating an Adobe PDF version of the flyer on page 41. Establishing a design grid Horizontal and vertical ruler guides will help you align text and graphics precisely, without printing or restricting the flow of text. 1 Make sure the entire page is displayed. If necessary, choose View > Fit in Window. The margin guides form a rectangle enclos- 2 Position the cursor on the vertical ruler ing the image area, which is where you will that extends along the left edge of the publi- put most of your text and graphics. The hor- cation window, and drag to create a vertical izontal and vertical rulers reflect the cur- ruler guide at 2p (2 picas), referring to the X rently selected unit of measure, picas. coordinate value in the Control palette if necessary. Saving the publication as a template 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 6 Even though the template is not assembled, 12 you will name it and save it as a template. (In 18 PageMaker 7.0, templates have the extension .pmt.) Saving a publication as a template 24 means that when you open this template, 30 PageMaker opens an untitled copy of the template, not the original document. 3 Using the same method, create two additional vertical ruler guides at 7p and 8p.
  2. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 51 Classroom in a Book 4 From the horizontal ruler, drag to create 1 Select the zoom tool ( ), and click the horizontal ruler guides at approximately 9p, pasteboard above the page to magnify that 9p6, 12p, 14p, 15p6, and 64p. area. (To click the pasteboard, you may need 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 to scroll the page using the scroll bar on the 6 right side of the window.) 12 2 Select the text tool ( ), and click above 18 the page to establish an insertion point. 24 Notice the blinking cursor and that the 30 Control palette displays the default type specifications (font: Times New Roman or Locking the ruler guides Times, size: 12 points). Now that you have positioned the ruler 3 With the insertion point already guides, you will use the Lock Guides established, type an uppercase letter B. command to lock them in place. The Lock Guides command locks ruler guides and 4 With the text tool selected, double-click column guides in place, preventing you the uppercase B to select it. from moving them accidentally. 5 In the Control palette, choose Myriad Roman for Font, type 65 for Size ( ), and 1 Choose View > Lock Guides. click the Bold button ( ) to apply the type Note: To reposition or delete a ruler guide, specifications to the selected text. choose the Lock Guides command again to unlock the guides. 2 Choose File > Save. Creating the display text With imagination you can use PageMaker to B create display text elements that go a long way toward enhancing your publications. 6 With the text tool still selected, click the Display text, usually 14 points or larger, pasteboard above the page (a little away serves to attract attention. from the uppercase B to avoid inserting the cursor in the same text block as the B), and You’ll use the pasteboard to initially type + (a plus sign). assemble the pieces of the letterhead.
  3. 52 LESSON 2 Architect’s letterhead 7 Double-click the plus sign to select it, and Notice that you did not need to click the in the Control palette choose Myriad Apply button (or press Enter or Return) to Roman for Font, type 50 for Size, and click apply the new font and size to the letter. the Bold button. When you click a button in the Control pal- ette, PageMaker applies any values you’ve + typed as well as applying the button’s style or B effect. 10 Choose File > Save. Resizing text blocks Since you did not define the text block size of 8 With the text tool still selected, click the the three text objects just created, take a pasteboard above the page (a little away moment to resize each one. from the uppercase B and plus sign, again, 1 Select the pointer tool, and click the to avoid inserting the cursor in the same text uppercase B to select it as a text block. block as the other two characters), and type a lowercase letter b. + b 9 Double-click the lowercase b to select it, and in the Control palette choose AGara- mond (Regular) for Font, type 110 for Size, and click the Italic button ( ). Note: Because of the way fonts are defined, B when you apply italic to AGaramond, PageMaker actually uses AGaramond Italic. Once a text element is selected as a text block On the Macintosh, you can get the same result (with the pointer tool), the text block can be if you select AGaramond Italic directly. resized, positioned, or transformed. Notice how the windowshades extend well + b beyond the bounds of the uppercase B. Since B you did not define the dimensions of this text block, PageMaker defined the width of the text block to equal the image area between the left and right margin guides. It is easier to work with a text block when its width is close to the width of its content, especially in a design like this where you are
  4. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 53 Classroom in a Book manipulating three text blocks close As mentioned before, spot colors are printed together. The selection area of text includes on a printing press using premixed inks. Use the text block. So, when a text block is over- spot colors when an element (such as a cor- sized, you can mistakenly select it even porate logo) requires an exact color match, though you are clicking quite a distance or to add impact to your publication. from the actual text. Note: Incorporating spot and process colors 2 With the uppercase B still selected as a text into a publication created in PageMaker is block, drag a right corner handle until it is simple, but to get the best printed results, you roughly aligned with the right edge of the need to understand how spot and process uppercase B, reducing the width of the text colors are printed. Always discuss a project block. with your service provider and printer. 1 Choose Utilities > Define Colors, and + b click New. B 3 Use the same method to reduce the width of the text blocks for the plus sign and the lowercase b. With the width of the text blocks reduced, it The Color Options dialog box prompts you is easier to select, view, and manipulate these to select a color. You can specify a spot or text blocks. process color as RGB (red, green, and blue), 4 Choose File > Save. HLS (hue, lightness, saturation), or CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black). Each Defining spot colors model represents a different approach to describing color. For more information, Before applying colors to the display text refer to the Adobe PageMaker 7.0 User Guide. you just created, you will select two pre- defined spot colors from one of the color libraries included with PageMaker.
  5. 54 LESSON 2 Architect’s letterhead 2 In the Color Options dialog box choose 4 Type 660 for PANTONE CVU, and PANTONE® Uncoated from the Libraries click OK. pop-up menu. Note: CVU stands for Computer Video Uncoated. PANTONE offers 736 spot colors that set the industry standard for reproducible spot- 5 In the Color Options dialog box, click OK color inks, and 3,006 process colors orga- to accept the default color name displayed nized chromatically, including process-color for Name. simulations of the spot-color library. The Define Colors dialog box displays the 3 In the Color Picker dialog box, scroll color you have just selected. Now you can through the colors. select or create another color. Although you can click a color to select it, 6 In the Define Colors dialog box, click typing the ink number (if you know it) is New. often faster than scrolling to locate a color. 7 In the Color Options dialog box, make sure the Spot and CMYK options are selected, and choose PANTONE® Uncoated for Libraries. 8 In the Color Picker dialog box, type 5595 for PANTONE CVU, and click OK. 9 In the Color Options dialog box, click OK to accept the default color name displayed for Name, then click OK to close the Define Colors dialog box. 10 Choose File > Save.
  6. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 55 Classroom in a Book Applying spot colors 2 Select the text tool ( ), double-click the After opening the Colors palette, you will uppercase B to select it, and in the Colors apply the spot colors you just selected to the palette click PANTONE 660 CVU to apply display text. In addition to text, you can the spot color to the uppercase B. apply colors to lines, rectangles, ellipses, and Note: To apply color to text, you must first monochrome and grayscale bitmap images. select the text with the text tool. You won’t see the applied color until you deselect the text. 1 Click the Colors palette tab to activate the Colors palette. + b In addition to displaying the two spot colors you selected, the Colors palette displays three spot colors, Blue, Green, and Red; four process colors, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and [Black]; and four items you cannot remove, B [None], [Paper], [Black], and [Registration]. 3 With the text tool still selected, double- click the lowercase b to select it, and in the The Stroke, Fill, and Both buttons apply to Colors palette click PANTONE 5595 CVU. objects. When you apply color to text, it doesn’t matter which button is selected. 4 Choose File > Save. Stroke button Fill button Reflecting a text block Both button Tint pop-up menu Palette menu You can reflect any object (text or graphic element) vertically or horizontally, using the Process color Reflecting options in the Control palette. Spot color 1 Select the pointer tool, and click the uppercase B to select it as a text block. 2 In the Control palette, click the Trash icon Horizontal Reflecting button ( ). New color button + B b
  7. 56 LESSON 2 Architect’s letterhead The uppercase B is reflected horizontally. 3 With the mouse button still held down, drag the text block until the vertical stem of 3 With the uppercase B still selected as a the plus sign is aligned with the vertical stem text block, click the Vertical Reflecting of the uppercase B as shown in the illustra- button ( ). tion below, and release the mouse button. The uppercase B is reflected vertically. 4 Choose File > Save. Positioning text blocks In order to compose a logo design using the B + display text, you manually position the text blocks to overlap one another. First you’ll zoom in to the area. 1 Hold down Ctrl (Windows) or Command 4 With the pointer tool still selected, click (Macintosh) together with the spacebar. The the lowercase b to select it as a text block, pointer changes to the zoom tool. Drag and drag the text block until the stem of the across the three text blocks to magnify the lowercase b overlaps the uppercase B as view. shown in the following illustration. This magnification short-cut lets you quickly zoom in to an area without changing tools. To align these text elements, you will use the slow-drag method of positioning objects, displaying text as you drag a text block. When you use the quick-drag method, a bounding box indicates the dimensions of the text block as you drag, but no text is B + b displayed. 5 Choose File > Save. 2 With the pointer tool selected, click the uppercase B to select it as a text block, posi- tion the cursor on the text block, and hold down the mouse button until the pointer changes to an arrowhead.
  8. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 57 Classroom in a Book Adjusting the stacking order of text Grouping text objects objects Now that the three text objects are posi- Notice how the lowercase b overlaps the tioned, grouping them together will let you uppercase B and the plus sign. Since the low- position them as a single entity on the page. ercase b was created last, it is positioned at 1 With the pointer tool still selected, choose the top of the stack. You will use the Send Edit > Select All to select all text and Backward command to move the lowercase graphics elements in your publication. b from the top of the stack to the middle of the stack. Unlike the Send to Back command 2 Choose Element > Group. that moves an object to the bottom of the The text objects are joined together as a sin- stack, the Send Backward command moves gle entity, with handles indicating the group an object back in the stack in single-position is selected. increments. 3 Position the pointer in the center of the 1 With the pointer tool selected, click the group, and drag the logo design to the upper lowercase b to select it as a text block. left corner of the page. 2 Choose Element > Arrange > Send 4 Find the intersection of the 9p6 horizontal Backward. ruler guide and the 8p vertical ruler guide. With the lowercase b positioned in the mid- 5 Once again, position the pointer in the dle of the stack, it is overlapped by the plus center of the group, and drag it until the bot- sign, now positioned at the top of the stack. tom edge of the logo design is aligned with the 9p6 horizontal ruler guide, and until the left edge of the uppercase B is aligned with the 8p vertical ruler guide. B + b B + b 3 Choose File > Save. 6 Choose File > Save.
  9. 58 LESSON 2 Architect’s letterhead Using the Control palette to resize a anchor, depending upon the action. For rectangle example, if you change W and H, the corre- After using the rectangle tool to draw a box, sponding handle remains stationary as the you will enter precise values in the Control width and height change. If instead you palette to resize the box. The Control palette change X and Y, the entire object moves lets you make several changes to an object until the corresponding without switching tools and offers a preci- handle is at the new location. sion that is difficult to duplicate when Arrow When the point is an arrow, manipulating an object manually. The the corresponding handle is the focus Control palette lets you resize, move, scale, of change. For example, if you change W and crop (imported images), rotate, and skew. H, that handle is dragged to establish the A B C D E F G H new size. In the same way, if you change the X and Y values, PageMaker drags that handle to resize the object. (For more information J I A. Apply button B. Proxy icon C. Coordinates on the Control palette, refer to the Adobe D.Width and height E. Percent scaling PageMaker 7.0 User Guide.) F. Scaling button G. Rotating H. Horizontal reflecting I. Vertical reflecting J. Skewing Before Before When you select an object, the Control pal- ette displays a Proxy icon to the right of the After After Apply button. The Proxy icon contains nine spots called reference points. Changes you Before Before make to an object with the Control palette After After are affected by the reference point you select and the state of that point. Except for the Changing the X value Changing the W value center point, the reference points corre- in the control palette in the control palette from 2 to 3 from 2 to 3 spond to handles of the object. Each reference point in the Proxy icon has Note: Unless otherwise stated, throughout this two states, represented by a square point or book, when a step says to select a point in the an arrow. To toggle between the states, you Proxy icon, it means a square point. click a selected point or double-click an unselected point. Square When a selected point is a square, the object’s corresponding handle remains stationary or serves as an
  10. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 59 Classroom in a Book 1 Select the rectangle tool ( ) in the Applying spot colors to the boxes toolbox, and drag to draw a box of any Using the Colors palette, you will apply spot dimension near the top of the page. colors to the stroke and fill of the two boxes. As was mentioned before, the three buttons B+ b Stroke, Fill, and Both allow you to apply or change the color of stroke, fill, or both on a rectangle or ellipse. In this example, you want to apply color to the stroke and fill of both boxes. 2 With the box still selected, in the Control palette make sure a corner reference point in 1 Select the pointer tool, and click the the Proxy icon is selected (to make it possi- outline of the smaller box to select it. ble to resize both dimensions of an object), When a PageMaker-drawn shape has no fill, type 11p for W (width) and 1p6 for H you select it by clicking its stroke. (height), and click the Apply button ( ). 2 In the Colors palette click the Both but- To create another box, you will copy and ton, and click PANTONE 660 CVU to apply paste the first box, and then use the Control a spot color to the stroke and fill of the box. palette to resize the pasted box. 3 With the box still selected, choose Edit > Copy to copy the box to the Clipboard. B b + 4 Choose Edit > Paste to paste a second box to be slightly offset from the first box. 5 With the second box selected, in the Con- 3 With the pointer tool selected, click the trol palette type 17p4 for W, and press Enter outline of the larger box to select it. Make or Return to increase the width of the sec- sure the Both button is selected in the Colors ond box. palette, and select PANTONE 5595 CVU. Note: Depending on where you drew the 4 Choose File > Save. boxes, your artwork may look different from the illustration below. B+ b
  11. 60 LESSON 2 Architect’s letterhead Positioning graphics Remember: If the palettes are in the way, you You will manually position the boxes to be can move them, minimize them (with the aligned with existing ruler guides. Maximize button in the title bar), or tempo- rarily clear them from the window by pressing 1 With the pointer tool selected, click the the Tab key. second (larger) box to select it, and drag it until its left edge is aligned with the right edge of the first (smaller) box. B b + B b + 6 Choose File > Save. 2 Magnify the view of the boxes to see if Placing, formatting, and positioning their edges are precisely aligned. If not, press the Braga+Braga text the Right or Left Arrow keys (or click the X After placing text, you will format it, cut and or Y nudge buttons in the Control palette) to paste a portion of it, and then position it in move the selected box in 1-pixel increments. the left box. 3 With one of the boxes still selected, hold 1 Choose File > Place, and double-click the down the Shift key (to select multiple 02TextA.doc file in the 02Lesson folder. objects), and click the unselected box so that 2 With the loaded text icon displayed, scroll both boxes are selected. to view the pasteboard above the page, and 4 Choose Element > Group to group the click the pasteboard to place the text. boxes into a single entity. 3 Magnify the view of the placed text on the 5 Drag the boxes until their bottom edges pasteboard if necessary. are aligned with the 9p6 horizontal ruler 4 Select the text tool ( ), and drag to select guide, and the right edge is aligned with the the words Braga+Braga in the first line. right margin guide. 5 In the Control palette, choose Myriad Roman for Font, type 12 for Size ( ), type .2 for Kerning ( ), click the Bold but- ton ( ), and click the All caps button ( ).
  12. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 61 Classroom in a Book Note: Because of the way fonts are defined, 10 With the text tool selected, drag to select when you apply bold to Myriad Roman, Braga+Braga, and in the Colors palette click PageMaker actually uses Myriad Bold. On the [Paper] to apply the paper color to the text. Macintosh, you can get the same result if you select Myriad Bold directly. 6 With Braga+Braga still selected, choose B+ b BRAGA + BRAGA Edit > Cut. Before pasting the text you just cut, you will drag to define a text block that spans the Applying [Paper] to text or graphics ele- width of the left box, making it easier to cen- ments causes the color of the paper on ter the text inside. which you print to show through the 7 With the text tool still selected, drag to selected object. define a text block in the left box, spanning Before aligning Braga+Braga, you will turn the width of the left box; the exact height is off the Snap to Guides option. unimportant. 11 Choose View > Snap to Guides to deselect it, making sure it is unchecked. B b + 12 Select the pointer tool, click Braga+Braga to select it as a text block, press the Up or Down Arrow key on the key- board until the baseline of the text is aligned 8 Choose Edit > Paste to paste with the 9p horizontal ruler guide. Braga+Braga in the text block you just defined. By default, the text is left aligned in the text B+ b BRAGA + BRAGA block. 9 With the insertion point still in Braga+Braga, click the Paragraph-view 13 Choose File > Save. button ( ) in the Control palette, and click the Center-align button ( ) to center the text in the text block. Formatting and positioning the Arquitectos text Since you defined the text block to span the You will follow a similar procedure for width of the left box, the text is centered hor- Arquitectos (meaning architects in Span- izontally inside it. ish) that fills the right box of the double box.
  13. 62 LESSON 2 Architect’s letterhead 1 If necessary, scroll to view the placed text In force-justified text, PageMaker justifies on the pasteboard. (aligns) the text with the left and right edges 2 Select the text tool ( ), double-click the of the text block even if it contains only a few word Arquitectos to select it. characters, spacing them so that the text fits exactly between the vertical edges of the text 3 In the Control palette, click the Character- block. Since you set 1p2 left and right view button ( ), and choose AGaramond indents, the text is force-justified 1p2 away (Regular) for Font. Then type 13 for Size from the vertical edges of the text block. ( ), and click the Bold ( ) and Italic buttons ( ). 8 Select the pointer tool, click Arquitectos Note: Because of the way fonts are defined, to select it as a text block, and press the Down Arrow key on the keyboard until the when you apply bold and italic to AGara- baseline of the text is aligned with the 9p mond, PageMaker actually uses AGaramond horizontal ruler guide. Semibold Italic. On the Macintosh, you can get the same result if you select AGaramond Semibold Italic directly. B b + BRAGA + BRAGA A r q u i t e c t o s 4 With Arquitectos still selected, choose Edit > Cut. 5 With the text tool still selected, drag to define a text block in the right box, spanning 9 Choose File > Save. the width of the right box (exact height is not important). Formatting and positioning the 6 Choose Edit > Paste to paste Arquitectos address in the text block you just defined. After cutting the address from the placed text on the pasteboard, you will position it B b + BRAGA + BRAGA Arquitectos in the upper right portion of the page. 1 If necessary, scroll to view the placed text on the pasteboard. 2 Select the text tool ( ), and drag to select 7 With the insertion point still in Arquitec- the first three lines (the address) of the tos, click the Paragraph-view button ( ) in remaining placed text on the pasteboard. the Control palette, and type 1p2 for both (Do not select the telephone and fax Left Indent ( ) and Right Indent, and click numbers.) the Force-justify button ( ).
  14. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 63 Classroom in a Book 3 In the Control palette, click the Character- zontal ruler guide, and until the right edge view button ( ), and choose Myriad of the text block is aligned with the right Roman for Font, type 10 for Size ( ), 15 for margin guide. Leading ( ), .73 for Kerning ( ), and click the Bold button ( ). 4 In the Colors palette, click PANTONE 660 Bb + BRAGA + BRAGA 1 4 C a l l e 2 8 0 0 4 E s p a ñ a L i b e r t a d e M a d r i d A r q u i t e c t o s CVU to apply a spot color to the text. 5 With the address still selected, choose Edit > Cut. A portion of the address is positioned within 6 From the vertical ruler, drag to create a the top margin. vertical ruler guide at 29p2. 12 Choose File > Save. 7 With the text tool still selected, drag to define a text block that spans from the 29p2 Drawing lines vertical ruler guide to the right margin guide, above Arquitectos (exact height is The letterhead design includes two dashed- not important). lines that you will create using the con- strained-line tool. The constrained-line tool B+ b BRAGA + BRAGA A r q u i t e c t o s lets you draw straight lines that are con- strained to 45º angles on the page. 1 Choose View > Fit in Window. The first line you will draw is a horizontal 8 Choose Edit > Paste to paste the address line aligned with the 14p horizontal ruler into the text block you just defined. guide. 9 From the horizontal ruler, drag to create a 2 Select the constrained-line tool ( ) in the horizontal ruler guide at 7p. toolbox, position the crosshair on the inter- Before aligning the address, you will turn section of the 14p horizontal ruler guide and the Snap to Guides option back on. the 2p vertical ruler guide, and drag to draw a horizontal line that extends to the right 10 Choose View > Snap to Guides to margin guide. select it. 11 Select the pointer tool, click the address to select it as a text block, and press the Up B+ b BRAGA + BRAGA 1 4 C a l l e 2 8 0 0 4 E s p a ñ a L i b e r t a d e M a d r i d A r q u i t e c t o s or Down Arrow key until the baseline of the last line of text is aligned with the 7p hori-
  15. 64 LESSON 2 Architect’s letterhead Since the guides (margin, column, and 7 With the second line still selected, choose ruler) are in front of the text and graphics, Element > Stroke > 1 pt dashed line, and in the 14p horizontal ruler guide overlaps the the Colors palette click PANTONE 660 line you just drew. CVU. 3 Choose View > Send Guides to Back to display the horizontal line over the horizon- Bb + BRAGA + BRAGA 1 4 C a l l e 2 8 0 0 4 E s p a ñ a L i b e r t a d e M a d r i d A r q u i t e c t o s tal ruler guide. 4 With the line still selected, choose Ele- ment > Stroke > 1 pt dashed line to apply a stroke style and weight to the line. 5 In the Colors palette make sure the Stroke button is selected, and click PANTONE 5595 CVU to apply a spot color to the line. The second line you will draw is a vertical line that is aligned with the 8p vertical ruler guide. So that you can use the control palette to help you position the line, you’ll deselect 8 Choose File > Save. the first line. 6 Select the constrained-line tool again to Applying a tint of a spot color to a box deselect the line you just drew. Position the After drawing a box in the left margin, you crosshair on the intersection of the 12p hor- will use the Colors palette to fill the box with izontal ruler guide and the 8p vertical ruler a 30% tint of a spot color. guide, and drag to draw a vertical line that extends to the 64p horizontal ruler guide.
  16. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 65 Classroom in a Book 1 Select the rectangle tool ( ), position the 1 If necessary, scroll to view the remaining crosshair on the intersection of the dashed line of placed text on the pasteboard and use lines, and drag to the intersection of the 64p the zoom tool ( ) to enlarge the text line. horizontal ruler guide and the 2p vertical 2 Select the text tool ( ). Click an insertion ruler guide to draw a box. point before the letter T of Telefono. Press the Backspace (Windows) or Delete (Macin- Bb + BRAGA + BRAGA 1 4 C a l l e 2 8 0 0 4 E s p a ñ a L i b e r t a d e M a d r i d A r q u i t e c t o s tosh) key to remove the line above the num- bers and any spaces. 3 Select the pointer tool, and click the text to select it as a text block. 4 In the Control palette, make sure the top left corner reference point is selected in the Proxy icon. Type 90 for Rotation ( ), and press Enter or Return. Teléfono-34-1-5641-918 + Fax-34-1-5641-328 2 With the box still selected, make sure the Both button is selected in the Colors palette, click PANTONE 5595 CVU, and choose 30% for Tint. Formatting the rotated text You will format the text before positioning it in the tinted box, since formatting text after 3 Choose File > Save. positioning it can alter its alignment. 1 If necessary, hold down Ctrl (Windows) Rotating a text block or Command (Macintosh) together with the After using the Control palette to rotate a spacebar, and drag across the rotated text to text block, you will format the rotated text, magnify the view. and then position it in the tinted box.
  17. 66 LESSON 2 Architect’s letterhead 2 Select the text tool ( ), and drag to select guide, and the left corner handles (now at the telephone number, the bottom) snap to the bottom edge of the Telefono-34-1-5641-918. tinted box. 3 In the Control palette, choose Myriad Roman for Font, type 9 for Size ( ), type .6 for Kerning ( ), and click the Bold button ( ). F a x - 3 4 - 1 - 5 6 4 1 - 3 2 8 4 Drag to select the remaining rotated text, + Fax-34-1-5641-328, and, in the Control + palette, choose AGaramond (Regular) for T e l é f o n o - 3 4 - 1 - 5 6 4 1 - 9 1 8 Font, type 11 for Size, type .6 for Kerning, and click the Bold and Italic ( ) buttons. Don’t worry if the fax number wraps to the next line. You’ll resize the text block in the next procedure. 10 Choose File > Save. 5 Select the pointer tool, and click the rotated text to select it as a text block. Resizing a text block To center the rotated text between the top Rather than drag the text block to the page, and bottom edges of the tinted box, you will you will cut it, zoom in to the bottom left manually resize the text block to span the corner of the page, and then paste it. vertical length of the box, and then you will 6 With the text block selected, choose use the Control palette to center the text in Edit > Cut. the text block. 7 Zoom in to the bottom left corner of 1 If necessary, with the pointer tool selected, the page. click the rotated text to select it as a text 8 Choose Edit > Paste. block. 9 With the rotated text block still selected, 2 Zoom out if necessary to see the entire position the pointer over the text, hold text block. down the mouse until the pointer changes to an arrowhead. Then drag the text block so that the baseline of the rotated telephone number is aligned with the 7p vertical ruler
  18. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 67 Classroom in a Book 3 Position the pointer on the handle shown 5 In the Control palette, click the Para- below, and drag the handle up until it is graph-view button ( ), and click the Cen- aligned with the top edge of the tinted box, ter-align button ( ). resizing the text block. F a x - 3 4 - 1 - 5 6 4 1 - 3 2 8 F a x - 3 4 - 1 - 5 6 4 1 - 3 2 8 + T e l é f o n o - 3 4 - 1 - 5 6 4 1 - 9 1 8 + T e l é f o n o - 3 4 - 1 - 5 6 4 1 - 9 1 8 Since the text block spans the vertical length The text block spans the vertical length of of the tinted box, the text is horizontally the tinted box, and you are ready to apply centered in the vertical box. the paragraph formatting that centers the rotated text in the text block. 6 Choose View > Hide Guides to hide the nonprinting guides used to assemble this 4 Select the text tool ( ), and click an template. insertion point in the rotated text. 7 Choose File > Save to save the Note: As mentioned earlier, to apply para- 02WorkA.pmt template. graph specifications to a single paragraph, you must click an insertion point in the paragraph or select some portion of the text in the para- b + B BRAGA + BRAGA 1 4 C a l l e 2 8 0 0 4 E s p a ñ a L i b e r t a d e M a d r i d A r q u i t e c t o s graph. To apply paragraph specifications to multiple contiguous paragraphs, you must F a x - 3 4 - 1 - 5 6 4 1 - 3 2 8 select text in each paragraph you want to format. + T e l é f o n o - 3 4 - 1 - 5 6 4 1 - 9 1 8
  19. 68 LESSON 2 Architect’s letterhead The letterhead template is completely 3 Choose Window > Tile to tile the assembled. You are ready to create the PageMaker window with all open publica- envelope and business card. tions and templates. The PageMaker window displays the 02FinalA.pmd and 02FinalB.pmd, and the Assembling an envelope 02WorkA.pmt and 02WorkB.pmd files. Using the text and graphics elements from 4 Click the close boxes in the title bar of the the 02WorkA.pmt template, you will create 02FinalA.pmd and 02FinalB.pmd publica- the design for an envelope. tions to close them. If prompted to save before closing, click No. Tiling the publication window 5 Choose Window > Tile to tile the After opening a custom template that PageMaker window with two publications. includes outlines of a business-size envelope It will be easier to assemble the envelope and a business card, you will use the Tile with a large view of the publications. command to display all open publications within the publication window. Dragging a group from one 1 Without closing the open publications, publication to another choose File > Open, and double-click the PageMaker makes it possible to copy text, 02Templt.pmt file in the 02Lesson folder. graphics, and groups from publication to publication by simply dragging the objects. Before you drag and drop a portion of the letterhead design from the 02WorkA.pmt publication to the 02WorkB.pmd publica- tion, you will group the required text and graphic elements. 1 Click the title bar of the 02WorkA.pmt publication to make it the active publication. 2 Select the pointer tool, drag to select all The untitled copy of the template displays letterhead elements at the top of the page (B outlines of a business-size envelope and a + b logo, double box containing standard-size business card. Braga+Braga and Arquitectos, and 2 Choose File > Save As, and type 02WorkB.pmd for the file name, open the 02Lesson folder, and click Save.
  20. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 69 Classroom in a Book address) in the 02Lesson publication. Be 7 Drag the text to the upper left corner of careful not to select the dashed lines or the the envelope as shown below (approxi- tinted box and rotated text. mately 3p from the top and left edges of the envelope outline). B+ b BRAGA + BRAGA 1 4 C a l l e 2 8 0 0 4 E s p a ñ a L i b e r t a d e M a d r i d A r q u i t e c t o s Bb + BRAGA + BRAGA 1 4 C a l l e 2 8 0 0 4 E s p a ñ a L i b e r t a d e M a d r i d A r q u i t e c t o s 3 If necessary, hold down Shift, and click individual elements to include or exclude them from the selection. 4 Choose Element > Group to group the text and graphics elements into a single entity. The envelope design is complete. 5 Position the pointer in the center of the 8 Choose File > Save to save the group in the 02WorkA.pmt publication, 02WorkB.pmd publication. hold down the mouse button, drag the group to the center of the 02WorkB.pmd publication, and release the mouse button. Assembling a business card The group is still selected in the In addition to creating text and graphic 02WorkA.pmt publication (because it’s the elements, assembling the business card active publication), and the Control palette involves copying and pasting existing ele- displays the available options for modifying ments, and applying new type specifications a group. to the pasted text elements. 6 With the pointer tool selected, click the group in the 02WorkB.pmd publication to Creating a tinted box select it, activating the 02WorkB.pmd publi- After drawing a box, you will use the Con- cation. trol palette to resize the box and the Colors palette to fill the box with a 30% tint of a spot color. 1 Hold down Ctrl (Windows) or Command (Macintosh) together with the spacebar, and drag across the business card outline, magnifying its view.
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