10 Just above that click on the dropdown menu that currently says Paragraph

10 just above that click on the dropdown menu that

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10. Just above that, click on the dropdown menu that currently says Paragraph. This opens the menu of various formatting options. Click on Heading 1.
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12 11. Now highlight this same text and change it to Heading 2 to see the size difference. 12. Repeat this with Headings 3, 4, 5, and 6. 13. Once you have observed the text in all 6 heading sizes, revert it to Heading 1 so that it's large at the top. 14. Keep this top text highlighted. Along the left side of the BlueGriffon window you should see the Secondary Format Toolbar. It looks like this:
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13 15. Now try to locate the Left, Center, Right, and Justify alignment icons. Click the Align center icon. 16. Now highlight the slogan "Providing delicious…" and change the formatting to Heading 3. 17. With this text still highlighted, click the italic button (the titled I icon) in the Secondary Format Toolbar. 18. Click on the bottom picture and hit Delete to remove it. Keep the first image. 19. Make sure your cursor is below the remaining image, around the area where the deleted image just was. 20. Type "We are famous for:" and then hit Enter to go to the next line. 21. In the Secondary Format Toolbar, click the Unordered list button to create a bulleted list. 22. Type "Cakes" beside the first bullet point. Hit Enter to add another bullet. 23. Continue adding to this list the following items: "Pies", "Cinnamon Rolls", "Turnovers", "Fresh Baguettes", "Banana Bread", and "Cupcakes".
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14 24. Highlight the words "Pies" in the list. 25. Look for the two colour circles in the Secondary Format Toolbar. These represent the foreground/font colour (upper left circle) and the background colour (lower right circle). They are probably black and white respectively by default. 26. Click the Foreground colour circle to bring up the colour selection panel. Choose a blue shade from the window and push OK. Click anywhere to un-highlight the word "Pies" and see that it is now blue. 27. Highlight the word "Turnovers" from the list.
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15 28. Open the Foreground colour panel. You should see a button that says "Last- picked color". Click that to use the same shade of blue that you used above. 29. Now both "Pies" and "Turnovers" should have the same blue font while the other items are still black. 30. Click at the end of "Cupcakes" and hit Enter twice so that your cursor is below the list, not entering a new bullet point. 31. Type "Items in blue are available in a variety of fruit flavours" 32. Highlight this entire line you just added and hit the Italics icon to italicize it. 33. Highlight the word "blue" from this line and set it to the last-picked color so it matches the shade of blue used for those 2 list items.
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16 34. The bottom of your webpage should now look like this: 35. Click at the end of the word "flavours" and hit Enter twice. 36. Type "aaa" on the new line. The text is still italicized from the above line. 37. Look at the Italics icon in the Secondary Format Toolbar. Notice it is blue. Now backspace to remove those "a" letters you just added and watch that Italics Icon as you do this, notice it turns white when it is de-activated and blue when it is activated.
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