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St. Isidore of Seville
St. Isidore of Seville
His two brothers and one sister were also saints.
He had to work hard in school, but he eventually became one of the most educated men in Spain.
He was archbishop of Seville from 601 until his death in 636.
He wrote many books, including an encyclopedia, a dictionary, and a history of the world from creation until his time.
He had great compassion for the poor, and he gave away all he had before he died.
|1. Open up a new document in
2. On the File menu, select Page Setup and change the orientation to Landscape.
3. On the Format menu, select Columns. Choose 2 columns. Make the columns 4 inches wide, with a 1 inch spacing. Do not put a line between the columns.
4. Work in the left column first.
5. Open up this page - www.mrsheilmann.com → Internet Guide → Subjects → Religion → St. Isidore.
6. Right click on the picture of St. Isidore.
7. Go back to Microsoft Word, align your cursor in the center of the left column, right click, and select Paste.
8. Move your cursor underneath the pasted picture of St. Isidore. On the Insert menu, select Picture and then Word Art.
9. In the Word Art window, select any of the horizontal styles. Click OK and type St. Isidore in the new window. Click OK again, and your Word Art text should be under the picture of St. Isidore.
10. Press Enter two times and add your byline to the page.
11. Open the the window for Internet Explorer again. Select all of the black text under the picture of St. Isidore.
12. On the Edit menu, select Copy.
13. Open the window for Microsoft Word again. With the cursor centered in the right hand column, select Paste on the Edit menu.
14. On the Edit menu, select Select All. Change the font size to 14. You can also make other formatting changes to the text (such as Bold, Italic, or Underline) if you want to.
15. On the File menu, select Save As. Name your document and save it.
16. Print your document. You can leave your printed document as one flat page or you can fold it in half to make a smaller page with St. Isidore's picture on one side and his information on the other. You can paste the two sides together (a glue stick works better than liquid glue!) You can also laminate your finished card.