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2. Find an Article and Add It to a Document

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In this video, you will search online for an article and add it to your document.

Copying and pasting the article into your document will make it easier to read and evaluate.

To begin, open a new browser tab.

Go to google dot com and search for a topic of your choice or a topic that your teacher assigns.

Your topic can be about current events, history, science, your favorite book or movie, or something else.

Explore a few of the search results, and select a short article.

Next, copy the article from the website and paste it into your document.

Your article may have images and formatting.

To make it easier to read in your document, paste without formatting.

If the article is long, just copy the first few paragraphs.

If you like, change the font size or style to make the text easier to read.

If you like, change the font size or style of the title to make it stand out.

To quickly return to the original article, insert a link to the website in your document.

A link is a clickable portion of text that takes the reader to another location.

Select and copy the web address, then return to your document, and insert the link in the article’s title.

Then, move on to the next video to create a table to help you evaluate the credibility of the article.

Now, it’s your turn: Search for an article online, Copy and paste the article into your document, And add a link to the article.


  1. Search for an article online.
  2. Copy and paste the article into your document.
  3. Add a link to the article.