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Style mistakes1

  1. 1. Secondary coverage - Added area of interest Make sure there are no spelling or grammar mistakes and that you write a story that someone or not, try various ways and see what works best. spacing on a design, but sometimes this creates awkward spaces in the text so you must adjust as needed. Throughout the book this style will be the same. Captions for the photos should be a consistant. Usually they are 8pt size. They should tell us sometning we cannot see from looking at the photo. Make sure you follow the rules and tips that Chris gave us in his presentation and also be sure to write something worth reading. There is nothing worse than a boring or irrelevant caption. Photo by Joe Dirt. Captions for the photos should be a consistant. Usually they are 8pt size. They should tell us sometning we cannot see from looking at the photo. Make sure you follow the rules and tips that Chris gave us in his presentation and also be sure to write something worth reading. There is nothing worse than a boring or irrelevant caption. Photo by Joe Dirt. Captions for the photos should be a consistant. Usually they are 8pt size. They should tell us sometning we cannot see from looking at the photo. Make sure you follow the rules and tips that Chris gave us in his presentation and also be sure to write something worth reading. There is nothing worse than a boring or ir-­ relevant caption. Photo by Joe Dirt. “This might be a quote or some information related to the story. There are lots of ways to add interest and coverage.” Captions for the photos should be a consistant. Usually they are 8pt size. They should tell us sometning we cannot see from looking at the photo. Make sure you follow the rules and tips that Chris gave us Photo by Joe Dirt. photo by Joe Dirt Section Header Page Contents 123 style mistakes.indd 2 11/9/11 3:10 PM
  2. 2. This is the Headline This is body text (copy). It should be really en-­ gaging and well written. Make sure there are no spelling or grammar mistakes and that you write a story that someone wants to read. This is body text (copy). It should be really engaging and well written. Make sure there are no spelling or grammar mistakes and that you write a story that someone wants to read. We are not sure if it will this creates awkward spaces in the text so you must adjust as needed. Throughout the book this style will be the same. This is body text (copy). It should be really en-­ gaging and well written. Make sure there are no spelling or grammar mistakes and that you write a story that someone wants to read. This is body text (copy). It should be really engaging and well written. Make sure there are no spelling or grammar mistakes and that you write a story that someone wants to read. We are not sure if it will this creates awkward spaces in the text so you must adjust as needed. Throughout the book this style will be the same. This is body text (copy). It should be really engaging and well written. Make sure there are no spelling or grammar mistakes and that you write a story that someone wants to read. This is body text (copy). It should be really engaging and well written. Make sure there are no spelling or grammar mistakes and that you write a story that someone wants to read. by Writer O. Article Photo by Joe Dirt. style mistakes.indd 3 11/9/11 3:10 PM

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