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1. Introduction to Create a Scrapbook
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You probably have memories that you want to hold onto forever: special moments shared with family and friends, or fascinating places you have visited.

One way to preserve important memories is to create a scrapbook.

A traditional scrapbook is a blank book where people collect and display items that spark important memories — like photographs, drawings, and newspaper clippings.

Scrapbooks are usually put together in creative ways, and arranged carefully to look visually appealing.

You can also build a scrapbook in a digital application.

You can share a digital scrapbook easily with almost anyone.

And unlike with traditional scrapbooks, you don’t have to be crafty to make a digital scrapbook look great.

Creating a physical scrapbook requires a lot of careful cutting and pasting, which can look beautiful but takes a lot of time.

Digital scrapbooks are easy to edit. You can move images, objects, and text around in seconds, and use pre-made templates to get exactly the look you want.

In this lesson, you will build a digital scrapbook.

This lesson uses Google Slides, but you could complete it in any presentation application.

As you build your digital scrapbook, you will: Select a subject for your scrapbook, Choose a theme, Create and organize pages, And add text, images and video to your scrapbook.

To work on this lesson, sign in to your Google account.

Open a new tab in your browser, and navigate to Google dot com.

If you are not signed in, do so now.

If you do not have a Google account, pause the video and create one now.

Create a new presentation in Google Slides and give it a name.

Now, it’s your turn: Sign in to your Google account, And create a new Google Slides presentation.

Instructions

  1. Sign in to your Google account.
  2. Create a new Google Slides presentation.