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M1A1 ABRAMS This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You

may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.”This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does

not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman


10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.”This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman

10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.”This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the

same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your maga-

This is the caption copy you will use for the pictures you use in the magazine. This copy is in Arial 9-point font with a leading size of 11. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of sans serif font with roughly the same size.


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This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You

This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can

This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can


This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.”

This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.”

This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.”


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copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story.

This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can


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