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Have You Wordled? Created By: Deja De La Rosa Curtis Middle School 2008-2009
Open your Internet and go to www.wordle.netwww.wordle.net
Look for Create your own and click on it.
Type in the word(s) you want to use in your wordle in the box provided.
To make a word larger than the other words type that word in two to four times. The more times you type it, the larger it will be in your wordle. Let’s try typing your name. 2-4 times
Before submitting, highlight the words by clicking on them the words will turn blue. Right click and select copy. You have to right click!
To submit your wordle, go to the bottom of the box and push the box that says GO.
You will now select your wordle style. To change to another wordle style click the button that says Randomize.
To change the font or the (style of writing go to the box at the bottom that says Open in window and click on it.
Now on the top of the new box click on font and select the font you want to change your wordle to.
To change the color selection click Open in window.
Click color and select a color scheme that you would like to use.
After you are satisfied with your wordle, open up Microsoft Publisher.
Click the button that says Blank Page Sizes.
Now go back to your wordle and press the print the screen button. To do that, go on the key board and push the button that says Print screen which is located next to the F12 button.
After you have done that go back to Microsoft Publisher. Click on the button that says A3(landscape) 16.535 times 11.693 ( You may have to click twice.)
To paste your wordle onto the blank page in Microsoft Publisher right click and select paste.
Crop your wordle by double clicking on the image and the picture tool bar should appear.
Use the crop tool (8 th tool from the left on the picture toolbar) to outline the wordle itself. We want to get rid of the rest of the print screen image.
You can get rid of the tool box by simply click the x on the toolbar.
To crop your wordle you are going to see 4 bold lines one on each side of your wordle.
Click out side the box and you should see a green dot at the top meaning the cropping mode is done.
To stretch out the wordle click on the white circles to stretch it out until it touches the blue line.
To make your wordle into a poster click on the button that says Change Page Size on the left side
Go to the top that says Page and underneath it should say 16.535 for the width and 11.693 for the height. Change the width to 24 and the height to 36 and push OK.
To resize the wordle click on the white circles and pull outwards until it touches the blue line.
Now you are ready to print a poster of your wordle for the classroom! Don’t forget to put poster paper into the poster printer!
To print, go to file and click on the button that says printer set up.
Now select the poster printer. To do that, click on the printer arrow and select the printer that says Poster Printer.
Now where you see size under where it says paper, click the arrow and select the last choice which is Oversize: Super D/A1.
Now click OK. Go back to file and go to print and click on it.
Works Cited Feinberg, J. (2009). WRDL. Retrieved December 9, 2008, from Wordle: www.wordle.net
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