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2002-11-04 16:58:27 CT #1
Peter Martin
From: Canada
Registered: 2006-04-15
Posts: 112

Hi Deron:
Here are some more suggestions.

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*** Lesson 1: Creating a letter head/Step 13: Importing text/2. Choose
Insert Text from the File menu. ***
"If you don't see this file, you may not be in the correct folder."
The paragraph would be easier to understand if this sentence is enclosed
in brackets. Brackets would certainly improve the understanding of this
paragraph, and several others in this lesson.

*** Lesson 1: Creating a letter head/Step 13: Importing text/4. Choose
Save from the File menu. ***
The last sentence - the word "would" could be replaced by 'should'

*** Lesson 2: Designing a Menu/Step 3: Setting master page guides ***
In this section the "Set Page Guides" images are all the same and show
the way they would for single sided document. I assume that these will
be replaced by the correct images during the polishing process.

*** Lesson 2: Designing a Menu/Step 5: Creating a text block/3. Enter
the text. ***
I would suggest change the second occurrence of the word "type" to
'words'.

*** Lesson 2: Designing a Menu/Step 7: Positioning the text block ***
For this lesson I don't think the type of alignment used here is the
best choice. The large object was positioned fairly accurately first and
then the second one was positioned roughly within the horizontal bounds
of the first object, and thus when the align function was perform things
worked as they did. But the final horizontal position of the two objects
is hard to guess. I normally position one object first, lock it then
align others on that one.
In this case I think that the better approach would be to select the two
objects and then center align them horizontally on coordinates. My
calculation is that the center of this panel is 54p3.

*** Lesson 2: Designing a Menu/Step 10: Setting dot leaders/2. Set the
dot leader tab. ***
The image doesn't match the text.

*** Lesson 2: Designing a Menu/Step 11: Printing the document/2. Choose
the print options. ***
In last line of section - By reading the text I would assume that the
text "24" should read '2-4'?
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Peter Martin
pjmartin@magma.ca

2002-11-08 18:31:40 CT #2
Deron Kazmaier
From: United States
Registered: 2006-01-29
Posts: 4599


>*** Lesson 1: Creating a letter head/Step 13: Importing text/2. Choose
>Insert Text from the File menu. ***
>"If you don't see this file, you may not be in the correct folder."
>The paragraph would be easier to understand if this sentence is enclosed
>in brackets. Brackets would certainly improve the understanding of this
>paragraph, and several others in this lesson.

I move it to the end of the paragraph. Thanks

>*** Lesson 1: Creating a letter head/Step 13: Importing text/4. Choose
>Save from the File menu. ***
>The last sentence - the word "would" could be replaced by 'should'

The first would that is! Thanks!

>*** Lesson 2: Designing a Menu/Step 3: Setting master page guides ***
>In this section the "Set Page Guides" images are all the same and show
>the way they would for single sided document. I assume that these will
>be replaced by the correct images during the polishing process.

This is the polishing phase Smile At least as far as the online help goes!
Thanks, I've got these two pictures updated!


>*** Lesson 2: Designing a Menu/Step 5: Creating a text block/3. Enter
>the text. ***
>I would suggest change the second occurrence of the word "type" to
>'words'.

Thanks!

>*** Lesson 2: Designing a Menu/Step 7: Positioning the text block ***
>For this lesson I don't think the type of alignment used here is the
>best choice. The large object was positioned fairly accurately first and
>then the second one was positioned roughly within the horizontal bounds
>of the first object, and thus when the align function was perform things
>worked as they did. But the final horizontal position of the two objects
>is hard to guess. I normally position one object first, lock it then
>align others on that one.
>In this case I think that the better approach would be to select the two
>objects and then center align them horizontally on coordinates. My
>calculation is that the center of this panel is 54p3.

Instead, I changed it so that the logo is locked and the text object then
aligned under it, as that is what I often do as well. Thanks!

>*** Lesson 2: Designing a Menu/Step 10: Setting dot leaders/2. Set the
>dot leader tab. ***
>The image doesn't match the text.

OK.

>*** Lesson 2: Designing a Menu/Step 11: Printing the document/2. Choose
>the print options. ***
>In last line of section - By reading the text I would assume that the
>text "24" should read '2-4'?

Correct!

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Thanks again!

>Peter Martin
>pjmartin@magma.ca


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