Course Duration – One day
Benefits of Microsoft Publisher Course
Our Microsoft Publisher course is intended for those in a variety of job roles such as publishing specialists, layout specialists, graphic designers, or anyone that need to use Microsoft Publisher to create, layout, edit, and share publications.
If you are fed up trying to use word processing to create your publications, why not try our course and learn how Microsoft Publisher can help you create attractive newsletters, magazines, pamphlets, brochures and more besides! When it comes to producing publications, Microsoft Publisher offers advantages that word processing programs don’t.
Join us and learn how to create a publication, adding content, formatting and editing. We will show you how to add graphics and how to prepare a publication for sharing and printing. So why not unleash your creative side with our Microsoft Publisher course.
To ensure your success in this course, you should have experience with basic Windows tasks and be comfortable in the Windows environment. Those of you that are familiar with Microsoft Word are at an advantage when learning desktop publishing skills with Publisher.
Getting Started with Microsoft Publisher
- Explore the Interface
- Customize the Publisher Interface
- Create a Publication
Adding Content to a Publication
- Add Text to a Publication
- Organize Text Boxes and Picture Placeholders in a Layout
- Control the Display of Content in Text Boxes
- Apply Building Blocks
Formatting Text in a Publication
- Format Text and Paragraphs
- Apply Paragraph Styles
- Apply Schemes
Editing Text in a Publication
- Edit Text in a Publication
- Present Content in Tables
- Insert Symbols and Special Characters
Adding and Formatting Graphics in a Publication
- Add Graphical Objects to a Publication
- Manipulate the Appearance of Pictures
Preparing a Publication for Sharing and Printing
- Save a Publication
- Run Design Checker
- Preview and Print a Publication
- Share a Publication
To ensure your success in this course, you should have experience with basic Windows tasks and be comfortable in the Windows environment.