Turn Pearls of Wisdom or Brief Answers
A fallen phrase puzzle shows the spaces for a statement or phrase. The letters are directly below the column in which they will fit, but jumbled within the column.
To print the image at right, right click it, select "save image as"* from the pop-up menu, click to the folder where you will keep the image, and click the "Save" button.
In the sample at right, the fallen phrase tells you the URL to find the Puzzle Maker Setup Form.**
The link shown in the image is active. It takes you to the Puzzle Maker Setup Form for a fallen phrase puzzle.
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