Monday, March 25, 2013

Introduction to Microsoft Publisher

Microsoft Publisher 2007 is a desktop publishing program that can be used to create a variety of publications. Using Publisher, you can easily create business cards, greeting cards, calendars, newsletters and much, much more. Unlike the other programs in Microsoft Office 2007, Microsoft Publisher 2007 uses the Microsoft Office Toolbar and a Menu system in place of the Microsoft Office Ribbon. Some Useful Definitions: Frame – Most publications are divided into several different areas called frames. A frame can contain a variety of objects such as graphics, tables, or text boxes. Frames can be resized, moved and manipulated to suit your needs. Handles – When you click on a frame, small circles appear around the edge of the frame. These are called handles. You can click and drag on the handles to resize your frame.Template ‐ A Template is a tool used in Publisher to help you easily create basic publications. The template has a set of pre‐chosen design styles that you can use as it is or customize as you see fit. Opening Publisher To Open Publisher either: Double click on theMicrosoft Publisher Icon on your desktop, OR ‐OR Click on Start in the lower left hand corner of your desktop, move up to Programs, and then click onMicrosoft Publisher.

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