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How do I add text to the page?

Generally, you'll want to start with either a table or a text box to contain your page elements. There should be a button element that looks like tiny Excel spreadsheet cells in your program. Drag that element onto the page. You can center it and define a width if you want the page to always stay the stay in the center of every screen, no matter what a visitor's screen resolution is. Other wise, let it default to the left side and leave the width on "Auto". This will allow the page to expand or contract depending on a visitor's screen resolution. Keep in mind that the position of elements will change from one monitor to another.

Once you have a place to type, click inside that text box or table and begin typing. The default font will probably be Times or Times New Roman, depending upon your operating system. You can change this using a "Style Sheet" (we have a section on that, too). You can also change the font, size and color attributes manually if you only have a one or two page site. If you plan to have a larger site, a style sheet (once you create it) makes it faster to work with text. It allows you to control text parameters across multiple pages all at once instead of changing each page individually.

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