Step 10: Creating a text column frame

The last step to make the letterhead is to create a text frame to hold the body text for letters. You may want to decrease the view magnification so you can see the whole page, so choose Full Page from the document window's View pop-up menu now.

1. Choose Create Text Frames from the Layout menu.

The Create Text Frames dialog box will appear.

2. Click Create.

You don't need to select any options in this dialog box. Because you set the margin and column guides properly in step 1, creating a text frame is as simple as opening this dialog box and clicking on Create.

Hint for Advanced Users: If following pages in multi-page letters were to use a blank page instead of this letterhead, it would be advisable to create a second master page using the Document palette. The second master page could have a top margin of 1", and text frames could then be created on it easily.

 

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