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IMPLEMENTATION Version 1 Front and Back page First I inserted a line; this indicates to me that it is splitting the front page and back page. This was then followed up by a textbox on the back page for the surgery times, emergencies and contact number. The last thing I did on the back page was inserting the logo, address, telephone number and surgery name these were imported from the Shared area. The front page included a text box for the title and a hamster picture. The hamster picture was imported from the Shared area. Inside pages The inside pages only consisted of two text boxes and a hamster picture. One would take up nearly all of one inside page and the other just a bit over half an inside page. Then I went to the Shared area for a hamster picture. This picture was similar to the front page hamster picture but was not the same. Version 2 Front and back pages First I opened the program Microsoft Publisher to carry on my implementation of Task 1. ...read more.


So I chose what colour I wanted and sent it to the background. Version 4 Front and back pages The leaflet looks to be more appropriate now. This leaflet's front and back page has changed due to more colours to the textboxes. The textboxes and title textbox now contain different colours and different colours to the front and back page. This looks to be a final version, which may need some changes. Inside pages The inside pages also receive the same treatment with the colours. The textboxes have the came colours as the textboxes on the front and back page. The textboxes colour also have a different colour to the background of the inside pages. This looks to be the final version although a final few changes are needed. Version 5 Front and back pages Even though version 4 was the final version it needed some changes. The first change I did was to rearrange the text box and the box with the contact details into the middle of the back page. ...read more.


* After this I inserted background colour to the page. The colour pallet is a key feature is a key feature. * I then imported the title, which was done in word art, it was big and it stood out. * After this I imported a hamster image from the shared area. Back page * I first did the colour of the back page; this was done the same time as the front page. * Then I imported the name, address, telephone number and the logo from the shared area. * After this I inserted a text box facility for the opening times, urgent cases and emergency contact. * I inserted the background colour of the text box. Inside pages * I accessed the colour pallet and made the inside cover colourful. * I got the information of how to take care of your hamster from the Shared area. It was also available in the GCSE booklet. * I got the picture of the hamster from the shared area. * There was too much text so I had to make the font size smaller. * I made the sub-headings stand out in bold. * I made the text box colourful. This had the text in it. ...read more.

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