10. From the Edit menu,
select Select all. This is to ensure that the text is also copied back to the
11. From the Edit menu, select copy.
the Windows menu, select the quilt from the list at bottom of menu. It will be
#1 if you started with nothing open. The quilt should now be displayed
in your workspace.
13. Re-select the lower right block in the
quilt. The selected block will have a dashed line around it as shown in Figure
14. From the Edit menu, select paste. The block with text
will be pasted back into the quilt as shown in Figure 5.
Figure 5. Quilt with text added.
Note: It would probably
be a good idea to play around with how much information you can place on the quilt
without urban sprawl. The text size remains the same so it may appear no text
is on the quilt when the blocks are reduced in size. Of course this is an advantage
as it might not spoil the beauty of your quilt when in normal size but if needed
the text can be recovered by simply enlarging the quilt. You should also look
at type size if you would like to print the quilts out for class use or something