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The Front Page (1931) Pre-Code comedy-drama film

The Front Page (1931) Pre-Code comedy-drama film

The Front Page (1931)

The Front Page is a pre-Code comedy-drama film that was directed by Lewis Milestone and starred Adolphe Menjou and Pat O'Brien. It was based on a 1928 play of the same name. It was produced by Howard Hughes and released by United Artists. Other notable actors who starred in the film include Mary Brian, Walter Catlett, and Edward Everett Horton. It was nominated for four Academy Awards, including Best Picture.

The Front Page (1931 film)

The Front Page is a pre-Code comedy-drama film directed by Lewis Milestone. It is based on a 1928 Broadway play of the same name. The film was produced by Howard Hughes and released by United Artists. The film was nominated for three Academy Awards, including Best Picture.

The film was adapted into several versions. The first adaptation, His Girl Friday, starred Rosalind Russell as Hildy Johnson. The film was remade in 1974 with Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau. In the same year, Universal Home Video released a widescreen version of The Front Page.

Charles Lederer

In 1931, Hollywood director Lewis Milestone directed his twelfth feature film, The Front Page. Born in Moldova, Milestone's career spanned from the end of World War I to the early days of the Beatles. The film's cast included Pat O'Brien and Adolphe Menjou. It was directed by Lewis Milestone and adapted by Bartlett Cormack and Charles Lederer.

The Front Page is a 1931 comedy about a newspaper crew. The film is set in Chicago, where hardboiled newspapermen fight to stop a murderer before his execution. Hildy Johnson is a journalist, married to Peggy Grant, whose professional and personal interests clash.

The Front Page is a classic in the movie genre. It stars Adolphe Menjou as a scheming publisher and Pat O'Brien as an impudent journalist. The screenplay was written by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur, and features actual Chicago reporters who were only slightly altered. Bartlett Cormack and Charles Lederer write brilliantly tart dialogue, which reveals how much of a real-life journalist Lederer really was.

Despite the similarities between the two films, there are major differences between them. While the plot is the same in both, the characters are different. In the original film, Hildy Johnson played a man, while in the later version, she played a woman. The film has a number of middle finger scenes and cursing. However, the film's final crude line is drowned out by a loud noise.

Ben Hecht

The Front Page (1931) is a classic American comedy film directed by Lewis Milestone. It is based on the 1928 Broadway play of the same name. Starring Adolphe Menjou and Pat O'Brien, it is one of the first films to use the character of the reporter as a dramatic device. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture.

The Front Page was Milestone Pictures' best film, and was widely regarded as the best movie of 1931, both in Hollywood and beyond. Its brash entertainment value broke through the mediocre releases of the time. However, despite its popularity, the film was not shown to modern audiences until the Academy Film Archive restored the film in the 1990s.

This film is set in the Chicago Criminal Courts Building press room during the 1910s, and centers on a group of reporters covering a controversial execution. The film has received multiple revivals over the years, and is considered a landmark in the American theater scene. Ben Hecht was born on February 28, 1894, in New York City, and moved to Racine, Wisconsin when he was six years old. He later moved to Chicago, where he became a reporter and columnist for the Chicago Daily News.

The Front Page 1931 film was adapted from the 1928 Broadway play of the same name. Written by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur, the film had three Academy Award nominations. It served as the inspiration for Howard Hawks' His Girl Friday (1940), and Billy Wilder's retelling of the play in 1974.

Gordon Parry

The Front Page is a pre-Code comedy-drama film directed by Lewis Milestone. The story revolves around a group of newspaper reporters who are waiting for a hanging. The film was based on a 1928 play by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur. It was distributed by United Artists and starred Mary Brian, George E. Stone, and Edward Everett Horton.

Wallace is a Liberal Agent and the Liberal Agent for the Ripon Division in West Yorkshire. He met his future wife Julia Dennis in 1911 and the two married in March 1914. However, the First World War forced Wallace to leave his political position and relocate to Liverpool. He took a job in the insurance industry and became ill with bronchitis in 1928. William Wallace's absence from the office forced Parry to cover for him. It is not known whether Parry had any involvement in the murder three years later.

Nominations

Despite its obvious age, The Front Page still manages to be an entertaining, screwball comedy. Featuring characters who are too dumb to do their jobs, the film manages to be very funny, and is filled with interesting performances. Added to its charm is a heavy dose of nostalgia for the style of the 1930s.

The film was directed by Lewis Milestone and adapted from a stage play by Ben Hect and Charles MacArthur. It received several Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director. However, it was not nominated for Best Actor. The film was adapted into another film, starring Adolphe Menjou and Pat O'Brien.

The Front Page did not win an Academy Award, but it was nominated for Best Actor and Best Director. The film was made years after the Broadway run, and it has held its own in the history of Hollywood farce. However, its success didn't come as a result of its Academy Award nominations. The film, as a result, was not as well known as it could have been.

The Front Page is a classic in the genre of newspaper movies. It started a chain of newspaper movies and gave start to the careers of Pat O'Brien, Mae Clarke, and Frank McHugh. It also served as a stopgap between silent movies and talkies. The film is currently in the public domain, and has been adapted many times since its release.

Cast

Lewis Milestone's "The Front Page" is a classic example of a one-room stage play turned film. It was nominated for many Academy Awards including "Best Picture," "Best Director," and "Best Actor." This one-hour, nineteen-minute film stars Walter Catlett, Frank McHugh, and Edward Everett Horton as a trio of newspaper editors.

The Front Page was based on a 1928 stage play by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur. It was remade in 1974 by Billy Wilder and in 1988 as Switching Channels, which updated the setting to the cable-news age. The storyline of the 1931 film was so successful, that it earned three Academy Awards. In fact, the film served as the basis for a number of subsequent films, including Howard Hawks' "His Girl Friday" (1940) and Billy Wilder's "Switching Channels" (1988).

The Front Page was a sensation on Broadway when it first opened in 1928. It was famous for its liberal use of profanity and its explicit reference to Chicago life. The actors, especially Burns, are thoroughly unlikable. He is gleefully cruel and even kidnaps Hildy's future mother-in-law. However, despite his unlikable behavior, he never becomes completely unlikeable. As a result, his profits are never hampered, and his machinations continue to bite the arse of corrupt government officials.

Despite the film's satire, the cast of "The Front Page" are based on actual newspapermen in the real world. Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur played the newspapermen alongside real people. Only slight changes were made to the names of the characters. Editor Walter Howey and reporter Buddy McHugh were based on actual people. Louis Wolheim was originally cast to play Walter Burns, but he died before the film was released.

On the Front Page - Wikipedia

The Front Page  Wikipedia

On the Front Page is a 1926 American comedy film starring Stan Laurel. It is based on the book The Front Page. It is one of WikiProject Theatre's projects. It is a palimpsest. It is part of the WikiProject Theatre, which aims to improve the quality of Wikipedia's content.

On the Front Page is a 1926 American comedy film starring Stan Laurel

On the Front Page is one of the many amusing two-reelers from the Laurel & Hardy era. It was recently unearthed for the Lost Films of Laurel & Hardy DVD series. Despite having a smaller cast, the film features a strong supporting role for Stan Laurel. It was created by the Hal Roach Studio during the mid-1920s, when the Laurel-Hardy duo were trying to replace Harold Lloyd, who had been injured.

Stan Laurel began his film career in 1917 and continued to make numerous silent and talkie films. In 1926, he signed with the Hal Roach studio and began directing his first film, Yes, Nanette. Initially, he intended to become a writer, but his injury forced him to return to the acting scene.

The duo worked together on several films before becoming a team. Despite their strained relationship, the pair remained close friends, and their films often featured a mutual appreciation for each other. The films' starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy are some of the most popular classics of the genre, and are frequently featured at film festivals.

After their successful stage careers, Laurel and Hardy became legendary comedy partners. They worked as a team for over 25 years, and became among the most celebrated duos in cinema history. Laurel and Hardy are still one of the most popular duos in the world.

It was also based on The Front Page

The movie is based on the life of a newspaper reporter. In the late 1940s, a woman named Peggy Grant wrote an article and the story was published in newspapers across the country. This article was later rewritten as a movie called "The Front Page". It was released on DVD on June 17, 1998, by GoodTimes Entertainment. It is a full-length film with English and Spanish audio tracks and French subtitles. It was also re-released on DVD in 2005 in widescreen format.

The software first appeared under the Microsoft name in 1996 with the release of Windows NT 4.0 Server. At the time, FrontPage 1.1 ran on Windows 95. At the time, the software included two separate programs: FrontPage Editor and FrontPage Explorer. This separate software was used for creating and managing web sites. Later versions combined the editor and the web site folders.

It is part of WikiProject Theatre

WikiProject Theatre aims to improve the quality of articles on the Theatre category on Wikipedia. This is achieved by using article ratings to recognize good contributions and to identify topics that need more work. Article ratings are distributed through a project banner and form the foundation for the automatically generated worklist.

Currently, the Theatre article is among the top 1000 articles on Wikipedia, and it still needs a lot of work before it is considered a good article. The project's help page has information about how to improve the article, add support, and suggest other collaborations.

WikiProject Theatre also includes articles about the history, genre, and cast of films. This includes films that have been produced or directed in the past. It also includes articles on film festivals and awards. In addition, articles about film equipment, technology, and cinematic history can be found there.

It is a palimpsest

The Front Page - Wikipedia is a paleo-text, a collection of articles that have been written, edited, or scraped in the past. As a result, the content on these articles is not complete and can be improved. For example, one article about Ted Cruz had his name changed from Edward McMahon to Heidi Nelson six minutes after the article was first published.

The term palimpsest is derived from the Latin word "palimpsestus," which means "again" or "scrape." It dates back to Ancient Greece, when people used wax-coated tablets. The ancients would write on these tablets, smoothing the wax over the surface to erase their words.

It is a postmodern manifestation of the premodern encyclopedia

The term "postmodernity" describes the post-industrial society characterized by the decentralization of the media. These developments are often cited as the result of economic conditions. The decentralization of the media has produced a global, culturally diverse, and interconnected society.

It is a community portal

Wikipedia is an online encyclopedia and community portal, but it's also more than that. It's a place to share knowledge and ideas with people from all over the world. The community is fun and relaxed, though serious topics are also discussed. You can contribute to Wikipedia's community pages for a number of reasons, including reducing stress and building community spirit.

The Reading web team is currently working to enable Page previews, which provide a preview of articles linked from another page. This helps users understand the content of related articles quickly and easily. Users will need to opt-in to see Page previews; the feature will be disabled by default for non-logged-in users. However, users can turn on Page previews in their user preferences page.

The Editing Team has also completed work on the 2017 wikitext editor and the visual diff tool. They are working on other projects, including improving talk pages and improving communication on wikis. They'd also like to hear from you about how you can improve editing on Wikipedia's mobile website.

One of the major features of Wikipedia is its navigation system, called portals. Portals help users find relevant material in Wikipedia. The portals may also contain links or lists.

Frontpage Magazine

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Frontpage Mag is an online magazine that was founded by David Horowitz and is published by the David Horowitz Freedom Center. Its editorial and content have been criticized as far-right and right-wing, and some call it Islamophobic. However, readers seem to appreciate the website's honesty, wit, and intelligence.

Frontpage Magazine

FrontPage Magazine is a political website based in the United States. It is edited by David Horowitz and published by the David Horowitz Freedom Center. It has been characterized as right-wing, far-right, and Islamophobic. While the website's content is often controversial, it has many fans among the American political right.

The magazine first appeared in Frankfurt in 1989. In 1996, it had circulation of 70,000 copies and was comprised of 140 pages. This made it one of the most influential German techno magazines. The magazine was repositioned and grew, eventually reaching its current size of 140 pages. The publication is still produced today.

FrontPage Magazine is run by David Horowitz, a political activist and founder of the Center for the Study of Popular Culture. In addition, FrontPage has a sister website, "The Point," that is run by Shillman Fellow Daniel Greenfield. FrontPage Magazine covers national politics and the social issues of the day. The website is linked to more than 2000 websites. The presence of four Shillman Fellows in Journalism has greatly enhanced its coverage. Since the publication launched a blog called "The Point" run by Daniel Greenfield, the web traffic has tripled.

FrontPage Magazine's content has received mixed reviews on fact-checking websites. Some have characterized FrontPage as extremist, while others have described it as liberal. Some critics also characterized FrontPage as a platform for hate groups. Some even branded the publication as anti-Muslim.

The magazine has an interesting history. In the early days, it was widely distributed through record stores and was considered a techno bible. But for a long time, it was only available to those with insider connections. People who didn't subscribe to Frontpage would find the magazine difficult to get. In later years, the magazine began to be available in kiosks, which made it less mythic.

Horowitz's Frontpage Magazine

Jamie Glazov has published a number of best-selling books and is the editor of David Horowitz's Frontpage Magazine. He also hosts the Glazov Gang web television show. In his recent talk, "Covid and Leftist Hate," he addresses the issue of political correctness and the media's role in promoting hate crimes.

Horowitz grew up in a Communist Party USA family, but he and his mother rejected their membership in 1956 when they learned about Joseph Stalin's abuses. After becoming disillusioned with leftist politics, he became a conservative advocate. His ideological journey has been documented in several books. The Washington Post Magazine published an article titled "Goodbye to All That" about his ideological journey.

Horowitz founded FrontPage Magazine in 1988. The magazine, which exists under the DHFC umbrella, is filled with anti-Muslim writers. Daniel Pipes, an editor at Campus-Watch, also contributes to FrontPage. DHFC also employs Daniel Greenfield as a writer. The magazine has become synonymous with far-right and anti-Muslim views.

After earning his graduate degree, Horowitz worked for the Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation in London. During this time, he forged an important relationship with Huey P. Newton, a member of the Black Panther Party. The two men worked closely together. The relationship between them eventually soured. Meanwhile, his friend Betty Van Patter, a Ramparts colleague, was murdered on a San Francisco Bay beach in December 1974.

Horowitz has a history of provocateur positions. In 2001, he tried to place an ad in a student publication during Black History Month. However, many college newspapers refused to sell him ad space, and some were even destroyed or stolen. In response, Horowitz reportedly retracted his advertisement and banned his magazine from the Internet Archive.

David Horowitz is a conservative writer, activist, and editor. He is the founder of the David Horowitz Freedom Center and editor of FrontPage Magazine. He also works with Discover the Networks to track the political left. Horowitz is a founding member of Students for Academic Freedom at Duke University.

Horowitz has also railed against political correctness in American colleges. He claims a University of Northern Colorado student was given a failing grade because he refused to write an essay criticizing President Bush. However, the school's spokesperson denied this claim, saying the test question was not like Horowitz described it. The grade was given for other, nonpolitical reasons.

Daniel Greenfield

Frontpage Magazine is a website that covers real-time news and commentary on issues affecting society. The magazine was founded by political activist David Horowitz. It also has a sister blog, "The Point," run by Shillman Fellow Daniel Greenfield. It is based in Sherman Oaks, California. It has offered freelance positions in the past. If you are interested in working at Frontpage Mag, please contact the magazine's staff for more information.

What is Microsoft FrontPage?

Microsoft FrontPage  Wikipedia

Microsoft FrontPage is a web design and development software application that was acquired by Microsoft in 1996 from Vermeer Technologies. It was released as part of the Windows operating system. Microsoft announced Internet Explorer for Mac in 1996 and in the same year, Apple's CEO Steve Jobs declared Internet Explorer as the Mac's default browser. FrontPage was no longer supported on the Mac platform.

HTML editor

The HTML editor for Microsoft FrontPage is an easy-to-use application that lets you create attractive web pages. It comes with a variety of features that make it easy to create rich websites, including multilevel lists, hyperlinks, and enhanced table creation. You can also apply formatting to your text and control its size, colour, and fonts.

The HTML editor for Microsoft FrontPage comes with a familiar interface and allows you to edit HTML code and HTML tags, as well as edit text and standard word-processing commands. You can even create a custom template for your website using this program. It supports a wide range of file types, so you can use it with a variety of applications. It also supports images smaller than 300 pixels wide. To get started, you can visit the FrontPage Help forums.

FrontPage was originally developed by Vermeer Technologies Inc., but was acquired by Microsoft in 1996. Microsoft made some changes to the program and released a version called FrontPage 1.1. It was expected to give Microsoft an advantage over Netscape in the browser war. It also added features like WYSIWYG table support, HTML frames, image alignment, auto recalculated links, and integration with Microsoft Office.

Microsoft FrontPage has an integrated web server extension that supports development on Windows and MacOS. It also supports Windows SharePoint Services. It has a WYSIWYG editor and a powerful web server extension. Using this extension, you can use FrontPage to develop dynamic websites.

When using FrontPage, you can create web pages using an easy-to-use interface. The interface is similar to that of Microsoft Word, so you'll be able to use its tools without any difficulty. In addition, FrontPage has great themes and images to choose from. If you're new to web development, you might want to try FrontPage Express instead.

FrontPage also has a built-in support for advanced DHTML and Cascading Stylesheets. These features are not available with other HTML editors, however, so you'll need to install special software on your web server to take advantage of them.

Website administration tool

Microsoft FrontPage is a WYSIWYG HTML editor and Web site administration tool. It was originally created by Vermeer Technologies Incorporated (VTI) and was a part of the Microsoft Office suite until 2003. It was discontinued in 2006, but has since been replaced by Microsoft Expression Web and Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer. Regardless of the version, it is important to plan out the structure of your website and its navigation before you begin.

Microsoft FrontPage was first released in 1996 with the release of Windows NT 4.0 Server. It came packaged with a version called FrontPage 1.1 that ran on Windows 95. Back then, there was a separate application called FrontPage Explorer, which was used to manage web site folders. In later versions, the two programs were merged into one.

Microsoft FrontPage 2003 features Dynamic Web Templates that can be applied to many pages or the entire Web site. It also includes Interactive Buttons that eliminate the need for image editing software. It does not support Adobe Photoshop, but offers HTML optimizer. The software also has an accessibility checker, which checks if your code is compliant with web standards.

Using a wiki on your website can make editing the site more user-friendly, especially for novice users. You can choose to edit your content yourself or allow users to edit it. In addition to being user-friendly, wiki software also allows for more control over who can edit your site.

Support for automated web templates

Microsoft FrontPage is an outdated web development program. Its newest version is almost two decades old and has numerous security vulnerabilities and outdated standards. It is an absolute relic of the GeoCities era, a program that destroyed everything it touched. There is no reason to continue using this outdated software for web development.

While the program is not suited for large corporate websites, it is still useful for a beginner. FrontPage's built-in support for automated web templates means you can create multi-level navigation systems on the fly. The program was originally developed by Vermeer Technologies Incorporated, and was acquired by Microsoft in 1996.

Another good feature of FrontPage is the ability to generate reports, error messages, and statistics for web pages. The reports can show you broken links, orphaned pages, and oversized images. This means that you don't have to be a webmaster to create beautiful websites.

When creating a new template, you'll notice a similar interface as when you create a new web page. However, instead of displaying HTML code, the new task pane will show a list of available page templates. Select the Normal Page template. The Save As dialog box will ask you where to save the new template, the template name, and what type of template you'd like to create.

Another feature of Microsoft FrontPage is its ability to embed online forms. This lets you add interactive features to your pages without knowing JavaScript. However, the tools come with limited functionality. For example, you can't create quizzes with FrontPage - you'll have to install J-Bots 2002, a JavaScript add-in.

J-Bots adds 40 components to FrontPage. These components allow you to add more functionality to your pages and use the J-Bots toolbar. J-Bots Plus comes with an additional 87 components, including forty general components and 47 categories. It is a useful program for those who want to automate their FrontPage websites.

If you want to test different layouts, you can also use FrontPage's Navigation view. It shows a graphical representation of the site structure. It also shows an optional Folder List in Page view.

Intellisense feature

Intellisense is an intelligent assistant that makes writing code easier and faster. This feature enables you to see all the changes in the code as you type. It can also be used in conjunction with the Quick Tag Editor, which shows you the current tag in a handy location. In addition, you can save tags as snippets to reuse later.

Intellisense can be enabled or disabled for each available element in the document. The editor has color-coded code to indicate which elements are being written. It also provides automatic assistance and parameter selection. In addition, the Intellisense feature also helps you make your documents more consistent.

Microsoft FrontPage has a number of features that make it easy to create and maintain a site. However, some of these features require you to install Microsoft SharePoint services. Despite this, it is still a capable editor and is far less expensive than other similar tools. If you're a professional or want to work with other people, FrontPage is a great choice.

The new version of Microsoft FrontPage has many improvements. The user interface is similar to its predecessor, but it now has a split view and additional icons below the main menus. The workspace pane can be split into three separate panes, including a preview pane and a full screen editor.

While FrontPage 2003 has a lot of new features, it also has some shortcomings. It has been criticized for its use of server-side plugins. The extensions are needed to communicate with web servers and provide additional functionality. However, these features have had a number of security issues. As FrontPage Server Extensions rely on HTTP protocol and CGI/POST for server-side processing, they are vulnerable to attack.

When editing HTML code, you need to use the Split view to see the code that FrontPage has generated. By default, the text is enclosed in quotes. For example, you can use quotes for HTML and XSL attributes.

Cover Page Designs For Your Project

Project Front Page Designs FREE Download  MS Word Cover Page

If you are struggling to create a cover page for your project, there are many free templates available for MS Word. These templates can help you save time and effort, and they are available in a variety of formats. These designs are suitable for use in a wide variety of projects.

Microsoft Word cover page template

If you're in the market for a cover page template for Microsoft Word, you've come to the right place. These templates come with a variety of layouts and customization options. For example, you can easily change the background image in a template by using the "Click Picture" menu option. The layout is also fully editable, so you can customize it to your liking.

These templates come with different design features, including font size, color, and image styles. You can also change the shapes to add different textures and effects. And the best part is that these templates are completely free and customizable using Microsoft Word. So, if you want to create a professional-looking cover page for your book, you can easily download a Microsoft Word cover page template for FREE. This will ensure that you create the perfect page for your book and will save you a lot of time.

The best way to create an attractive cover page for your report is to use a simple template. This template includes a splash of color that separates the title and subtitle of your report. It also has spaces for the author's name and the summary. These components should be evenly spaced.

If you're applying for a job, make sure the cover page is properly formatted. In general, a cover page should adhere to APA specifications. The margins should be one inch all around, and the font should be 12-point Times New Roman. The running headline should be under 50 characters, and should not exceed one line.

If you're looking for a template for Microsoft Word, you can use this one from GraphicRiver. This template is available as a standalone product, and it doesn't require a monthly plan. It's a great option if you don't have a lot of experience with designing documents. These templates come with 24 different pages and can be easily customized. You can also incorporate your own branding with the design elements that you'd like to add to your document.

A Microsoft Word cover page template allows you to customize the text and images on your cover page. It also features a helpful second page that you can customize. Moreover, it has options for adding an image or a photo, as well as headings and subheadings. Another great feature of this template is its ability to provide bulleted lists to describe your report.

If you're looking for a cover letter template for Word, you'll be glad to find many free options available. For example, the Free Penthouse Original cover letter template is a great choice, as it offers a universal look. You can also use the Premium Peach template, which keeps the focus on your skills and qualifications. Lastly, the Professional Fresher Microsoft Office cover letter template features a blue background and a short text section.

A Microsoft Word cover page template can be purchased at different online stores. These websites also provide graphic design templates for Word. These templates are easy to use and look professional. The templates can be edited with Photoshop or Illustrator, making them a valuable resource for many writers. Both websites offer a free 7-day trial.

Envato Elements

If you are struggling to create a professional-looking front page, don't worry. You can download templates for MS Word and customize them to make them your own. You can also use desktop publishing tools such as Envato Elements and GraphicRiver, which offer an unlimited number of downloadable creative assets.

Templates for MS Word include a cover page template and report format. These cover pages come complete with a report title, subtitle, abstract, and sidebar. In addition, they include headings, subheadings, and paragraphs. A professional-looking cover page will impress your superiors and get you more points and good grades.

The front page is an essential element of your project. It is the first thing that viewers see when they visit your project. It should be captivating and include the main idea of your project. Using a front page template is easy and free. The designs are attractive and customizable to your needs.

Cover pages can include images, text, and background colors. You can also change the font size and style of text. You can also choose your own color scheme. You can also add different textures or effects to shapes. Templates for MS Word are free and fully editable. You can download a free sample of your MS Word cover page today!

These templates are perfect for educational and business-oriented projects. They come with placeholders for year and author information. The cover page can also be customized with a picture, subtitle, or company name. The background text can be customized by adding text. This template is great for both educational and business-related projects, as it's completely editable.

The Microsoft Word cover page has a blue background with three shapes that are vertical. It has a place for the title, subtitle, and abstract. It also offers a sidebar with key points from your report. It can be customized by adding text boxes, changing colors, or adding a rounded corner.

Microsoft Word covers come with pre-formatted templates, but they can be modified to fit your needs. You can change the colors and font styles, add stock-free images, and more. You can then save your customized cover page. Make sure to add all of the elements that you think are important.

GraphicRiver

GraphicRiver is an online marketplace where designers and other creative people can sell their designs and templates to gain exposure and money. The platform offers a variety of design assets, including logos, business cards, vectors, and many others. Premium design assets, such as layered Photoshop files, are also available for purchase. You can also download Adobe add-ons to enhance your design work. You can also use this site to design your own websites.

Free templates come with good designs, and many of them are quite captivating. They allow users to customize their own projects and personalize the details as per their requirement. The free download templates are available in several file formats. Users can choose the one that suits them best. The templates are easily customizable.

The a la carte catalog of templates is another benefit of this website. The site features a huge collection of professionally designed content for a single price. GraphicRiver has a dedicated team that reviews each asset to ensure that the design is of the highest quality. The site also publishes weekly Featured collections.

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