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Publisher Lesson 1 Publisher Basics. Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory. Pasewark & Pasewark. Objectives. Start Publisher. Choose a template. Understand the Publisher window and task panes. Create a business information set. Save a publication. Objectives (continued).

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Publisher Lesson 1Publisher Basics

Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory

Pasewark & Pasewark


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Objectives

  • Start Publisher.

  • Choose a template.

  • Understand the Publisher window and task panes.

  • Create a business information set.

  • Save a publication.

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Objectives (continued)

  • Modify a publication.

  • Insert a design gallery object.

  • Use the Design Checker.

  • Print a publication.

  • Close a publication.

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Vocabulary

  • Business information set

  • Design gallery object

  • Design Checker

  • Logo

  • Publication Types list

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Vocabulary (continued)

  • Task pane

  • Template

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Introduction to Publisher

  • Desktop publishing program.

  • Create newsletters, brochures, and restaurant menus.

  • Hundreds of predesigned layouts called templates.

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Starting Publisher

  • Click the Start button.

  • Point to All Programs.

  • Click Microsoft Office.

  • Click Microsoft Office Publisher 2007.

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Starting Publisher (continued)

  • There are three panes in the Microsoft Publisher window.

  • Left pane: Publication Types list.

  • Middle pane: Getting Started.

  • Right pane: Recent Publications.

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Choosing a Template

  • Click a category in the Publication Types list.

  • Templates may fall into subcategories.

  • Thumbnail image will appear in top-right corner of the window.

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Understanding the Publisher Window and Task Panes

  • Publication will appear in document window.

  • Above the document window

    • Title bar

    • Menu bar

    • Standard toolbar

    • Formatting toolbar

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Understanding the Publisher Window and Task Panes (continued)

  • Current task pane appears to the left of the publication.

  • Task panes contain options for modifying your publication.

  • Clip Art task pane used to add clip art.

  • Format Publication task pane used to change color scheme, font scheme and page size.

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Creating Business Information Sets (continued)

  • Business information set is a collection of information about an individual.

  • Stored in Publisher and associated with templates.

  • Create using Business Information command on Edit menu or the Business Information task pane.

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Saving a Publication (continued)

  • Save As dialog box used to name publication.

  • Once saved, the Save command can be used.

  • Can also be saved by clicking the Save button on the Standard toolbar.

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Modifying a Publication (continued)

  • Begin by choosing a template.

  • Modify using task panes and toolbars.

  • Publisher supplies basic shape tools and clip art.

  • Create a logo from scratch or from clip art.

  • A logo is a symbol used to help customers remember a company and its products.

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Inserting a Design Gallery Object (continued)

  • Design Gallery provides designs and text placeholders.

  • Items in Design Gallery are referred to as Design Gallery Objects.

  • Used to enhance a publication’s appearance and functionality.

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Inserting a Design Gallery Object (continued) (continued)

  • To insert an object, click the Design Gallery Object tool on the Objects toolbar.

  • Choose a Design Gallery Object and click Insert Object.

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Using Design Checker (continued)

  • Design Checker task pane finds and lists potential design problems.

  • Four types of checks

    • General design

    • Commercial printing

    • Web site

    • E-mail

  • You can opt to fix errors or leave as is.

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Printing a Publication (continued)

  • Click File from the menu bar, then Print, to access the Print dialog box.

  • Preview window is available to preview your publication.

  • To print without the dialog box, click the Print button on the Standard toolbar.

  • Click the Printer name arrow to select your printer from a list.

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Closing a Publication (continued)

  • The Publisher program does not have a Close Window in the top-right corner to close only the publication.

  • Close button closes the entire Publisher program.

  • To close your publication without closing Publisher, click File from the menu bar, and then click Close.

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Summary (continued)

  • Microsoft Publisher allows you to produce professional-looking publications in almost any format imaginable.

  • The process is made easier with the use of templates and design gallery objects.

  • You can modify a template using the Format Publication task pane.

  • A Design Gallery Object is a design or text placeholder.

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Summary (continued) (continued)

  • Business information sets are collections of information about individuals that are used in templates.

  • Save your work often. Use the Save As dialog box to name your publication.

  • The Design Checker helps you find potential design problems.

  • You can print your publication using the Print dialog box and then close Publisher.

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