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Microsoft Publisher 2010. Lesson 3 Text in Publications. Learning Objectives:. Prepare layout for a publication Develop text boxes for a publication Use bullets and numbering in a publication Check spelling and copy formats in a publication Create tables in publications.

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Microsoft publisher 2010

Microsoft Publisher 2010

Lesson 3

Text in Publications

Learning objectives

Learning Objectives:

  • Prepare layout for a publication

  • Develop text boxes for a publication

  • Use bullets and numbering in a publication

  • Check spelling and copy formats in a publication

  • Create tables in publications

Publication layout

Publication Layout

  • Guides are used to help visualize non-printing areas and align objects on the page and to each other.

  • Layout guidesaffect the entire publication and appear on all pages. They appear as blue dotted lines. Two types:

    • Margin guides

    • Grid guides

Layout guides

Layout Guides

Margin guides define the page margins.To hide margin guides: View Tab, Show group, Guides command

Additional horizontal and vertical Grid guides may be added: Page Design Tab, Layout Group, Guides, Grid and Baseline Guides.



On All pages

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Publication Layout

  • Ruler guides are specific to individual pages. They appear as green dotted lines.To create and modify ruler guides:Page Design Tab, Layout Group, GuidesGrid Lines: Green linesShow on individual pages

Publication text boxes

Publication Text Boxes

  • Adding text to a publication using a text box enables the text to be easily moved and resized.

  • Borders, shading, and formatting may also be applied to text in a text box.

  • Format text boxes usingthe Format Text Box dialogbox (available on the Shortcut menu when you right click).

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Publication Text Boxes

  • Apply borders (lines) and shading (fill) using the Colors and Lines tab in the Format Text Box dialog box.

  • Text boxes can be moved and resized using the resizing handles located around the box.

  • Each text box has its own set of margins, called white space, which is used to improve clarity of the information in the publication.

Use bullets and numbering in a publication

Use Bullets and Numbering in a Publication

  • Bullets and numbers are used to organize lists of information in a publication.

  • Numbered lists are used to present items that need to be organized in a specific sequence.

  • Bullets are used for lists of unordered items.

  • Bullets and numbering may be applied to the text before OR after it is keyed.

  • Use the commands in the Paragraph group on the Home ribbon.

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Use Bullets and Numbering in a Publication

  • The bullet or numbering style can be formatted using the Bullets and Numbering dialog box.

Check spelling

Check Spelling

  • Spelling errors can distract the reader and discredit an artfully designed publication.

  • Use the Spelling command in the Proofing group on the Review tab to check the spelling of text in a text box.

  • A misspelling is indicated by a wavy red line under the word.

  • Words can be added to the dictionary so that they are not marked as errors.

  • Hot key for Spelling: F7

Copy formats

Copy Formats

  • Text formatting is a method of adding visual interest to text.

  • To increase productivity in a publication, the Format Painter may be used to copy text formatting to different locations within a publication.

  • To use Format Painter, highlight the text containing the desired format. On the Home Tab, in the Clipboard group, click on Format Painter. Drag the cursor over the target text.

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Copy Formats

  • To copy formatting to multiple locations, selecting the text with the appropriate format and double-click the Format Painter icon.

  • The hot key for Format Painter is Ctrl+Shift+C

Tables in publications

Tables in Publications

  • Tables organize information for easy readability.

  • A table is a collection of information organized columns and rows.

  • Insert a table using the Insert tab, Tables group, Tables command.

  • Columns and rows can be added or deleted using the Table Tools Layout ribbon.

  • Column width, row height, predesigned table formats, line weight and color can be changed using the Table Tools Format tab.

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