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Lesson 7. Page Layout and Printing > Creating Multicolumn Text Blocks

Creating Multicolumn Text Blocks

For this document, you want two columns for the body of the text. You could resize the body text block and draw another text block next to it. Then you could link the text blocks by dragging the Link box to the new text block as you did in the previous task. You could also create a two-column text block within the current text block. The method you choose depends on the text and the design of the page. For example, if you want the two columns of text to be staggered vertically, you will need to create two separate text blocks so you can position the text columns independently. If you want both columns aligned at the top, then creating a multicolumn text block is the quicker and easier approach.

In this task, you will add another column to the existing text block and experiment with flowing the text.


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