The Journal Newsletter
Welcome to the Autumn of 2013! This is my favorite time of year: colorful leaves blowing in the wind, cool days under warm sunshine–when it’s not cold rain under gray clouds–and I like that too. =)
The latest update of The Journal 6 streamlines (and fixes) the topic feature, making topics much easier to use. There are also some other neat additions (and fixes). See “The Journal News” below for all the details.
This month’s tip introduces the new, simpler way to wrap text around pictures in your entries, and, as always, we have a couple new writing prompts.
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The Journal News
The Journal 7 is the current release.
To see if you have the latest version of The Journal:
- Click on the “Help” menu in The Journal.
- Choose “Check for Update of The Journal”.
If you are using The Journal 6 (or an earlier version):
TIP: How to Wrap Text Around Pictures in Your Entries
1. Right-click on the picture to bring up the context menu.
2. Open the “Image” sub-menu.
3. Choose “Wrap Text on Right” or “Wrap Text on Left”.
Free Writing Prompt – Write for 20 minutes using the following as your starter/inspiration: “Pursued by the Blowing Leaves”
Free Writing Prompt – Write for 20 minutes using the following as your starter/inspiration: “Carving Knife”
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