Microsoft Word Restaurant Flyer Tutorial
This tutorial gives the illustrated step by step instructions to create a Restaurant Flyer using the Business Application - Microsoft Word 2016.
01: Document Setup
02: Create Rectangle
03: Resize Shape
04: Create Duplicate
05: Rotate Object
06: Group Shapes
07: Flip Object
08: Shape Fill
09: Shape Outline
10: Shape Fill Transparency
11: Royalty Free Clipart
12: Insert Picture
13: Image Transparency
14: Arrange Order
15: Free Fonts
16: Insert Text
17: Format Text
18: Font Color
19: Align Center
20: Line Spacing
21: Save File
Step 01: Document Setup
After opening Microsoft Word 2016, you will see a huge display of available Templates.
Select the Blank Document Template. This will take you to a Blank Canvas.
Select the Layout Tab from the Ribbon above. From the Page Setup Group select Size.
Make sure that Letter is selected from the drop down menu that appears.
From the same Page Setup Group you can select Orientation and verify that Portrait is highlighted.
Next select Margins from the Page Setup Group and set to Narrow. This sets Top, Bottom, Left and Right Margins to 0.5 Inches each.
Now we are ready to begin designing this Restaurant Flyer.
Step 02: Create Rectangle
The first thing we'll need to create is a Rectangle. From the Insert Tab of the Ribbon, select Shapes from the Illustrations Group.
This opens a Drop Down Menu with Preformatted Shapes.
Select Rectangle from either the Recently Used Shapes or Basic Shapes Section.
Your Cursor will change to a Plus Sign. Holding down your mouse button, drag to draw the Rectangle on the Page. Do not worry about the Dimensions, we will take care of that shortly.
The Rectangle will be surrounded by 4 Resizing Handles and 4 Skewing Handles.
There will also be a Circular Rotation Handle above the Rectangle. The Default Color of the Shape will be a Blue Fill with Blue Outline.
You may have also noticed that the Drawing Tools Format Tab becomes active on the Ribbon.
Step 03: Resize Shape
To the far right of the Format Tab you will see the Size Group.
Here you will set the Rectangle Height to 0.8 Inches and its Width to 2.6 Inches.
Hit your Enter Key or click anywhere to see the change made.
Move this Rectangle to the Top Left Corner of the Page, by holding your mouse button down over the Rectangle and dragging upward.
Step 04: Create Duplicate
To create a Duplicate, select the Rectangle, then hold down your Ctrl and D Keys together.
This will create 1 Duplicate, that will be placed above the Original.
Another way to create this Duplicate would be to go to the Home Menu on the Ribbon and select Copy from the Clipboard Group.
Then go back to this Clipboard Group and select Paste.
Step 05: Rotate Object
With the Duplicate Rectangle still selected, select the Format Tab from the Ribbon. In the Arrange Group select the Rotate Icon.
A drop down menu with Preformatted Rotation options appears. Select Rotate Right 90 Degrees.
The Rectangle will now be in a vertical position. Move the Rotated Rectangle to the Top Left Corner of the page so that it actually criss crosses the Original Rectangle.
Step 06: Group Shapes
Holding down either your Shift Key or your Ctrl Key, select both Shapes.
In the Format Tab, select Group from the Arrange Group.
From the drop down menu, select Group.
The 2 Shapes will now become one.
Create 1 Duplicate of this Shape.