Making a newspaper dummy sheet is an easy way to practice writing headlines for news stories. It also makes a great craft project for kids!
Create a new document with a size of 8.5 x 11 inches (A4).
Start by creating a new document. Choose the type of paper you will use for your dummy sheet. We used plain white printer paper.
Select the text tool and type "The Daily Telegraph".
Next, select the rectangle tool and draw a box around the headline. Then click inside the box with the selection tool (the black arrow) and drag outwards until you reach the edge of the box. This creates a border around the headline.
Click on the paper icon at the top right of the screen.
Now you need to add some text. Click on the text tool (the white arrow). Type in the headline and press enter. Repeat this process for each section of the story.
Choose the option "Paper" and then select "Dummy Paper".
Select the font size and typeface you would like to use. Then click on the paper icon at the top right hand corner of the screen. This will open up the paper options.
Change the font to Times New Roman and set the line spacing to 1.25.
Click on the "paper" tab and select "dummy sheet". Choose the size you'd like to print (we chose 8x10). Set the margins to 0.5cm. Now you're ready to start printing!