Create a literary magazine using this step-by-step tutorial and template pack. This resource will teach any advisor or student editor how to design a high-quality publication using the tools in Microsoft PowerPoint. You will learn how to format your toolbars for ease of access, adapt the page setup and design, and edit images within PowerPoint. You also get editable posters to call for submissions.
If you want to start a Literary Magazine at your school or you inherited one, this guide is a great place to start! I created this resource for a colleague without knowledge of or access to InDesign. He isn't a designer, but knew that he wanted his student editor to produce something beyond the basic Word document. I put together this step-by-step guide to help him and his student editor develop a fancy publication in software they already have.
**You can give this resource directly to your Student Editor.**
What You Get:
1. Set-Up Guide for PPT - learn how to adapt your toolbars to put the commands you need most right up front.
2. Style Guide for PPT
3. Comments and Considerations - some advice for first-time advisors or editors
4. 10 Page Templates with built-in tutorials for design and photo editing
5. 3 Poster Templates to advertise for submissions
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