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How to use HJedesign

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McKenley Howard

on 26 August 2013

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Transcript of How to use HJedesign

How to use
HJ-edesign
for beginners

It may look really confusing at first, but it's not. Ms. Chism didn't even teach us how to use it!
Here are the tools and what you do with them!
Lets start off by looking at the tools.
When you click on the text tool, go onto your practice page and open up a text box. Once you do that you can change the font, size and color of the text.
With this tool you will be able to choose a shape and make a frame with it, so now everyone make a circle frame.
At the bottom of the page you will be able to change the color of the frame and fill it with a color as well. So lets all make the frame color yellow and fill it in with blue.
This is where you will change the page color, but since we won't be changing the page color this tool is not needed.
You can go onto anyone's page and see this tool. This is the sticky note. Periodically us, editors, will be leaving sticky notes on your pages. They may be to help you with the design of your page, or if your picture, caption, or layout are not up to par.
THESE ARE JUST FOR HELP!
Like on anything else, you can zoom in on Edesign so if you need to see a picture closer up you can! This tool will allow you to do that.
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