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Creating booklets with Microsoft Publisher: 11 easy tasks
Leaflets can be an efficient way to present information about your company, your products or your services to potential customers. Create your own 3 or 4 panel booklets in Microsoft Publisher using either a choice of built-in styles or, in real life, create one from the ground up and customise it with functions such as response form and an adress part.
Below are guidelines for creating booklets with Microsoft Publisher 2003, 2007 and 2010. Please pick a leaflet style. Organize your booklet layouts and artwork according to the purposes for which you want to use your booklet. Publisher 2003 selects "New" from a New Publication theme, then "Brochures" from publications to print and click the button to the right of "Brochures" to display a listing of available booklet series.
Choose the desired theme from the preview gallery on the right. For Publisher 2007, choose "Brochures" under Popular Publication Types and then one of the themes under Newer Styles, Classic Styles or Empty Formats. Click on any theme to view a bigger copy of it in the top right-hand corner of the Brochure Options taskbar on the right-hand side of the page.
Publisher 2010 lets you choose "Brochures" from the available template and then choose a theme from the booklet template view. Click on any theme to view a bigger copy of it in the top right-hand corner of the Booklet Options taskbar on the right-hand side of the page. You can also get other Microsoft designs if you don't see the desired theme and have an online presence.
Determine whether you want to create a 3-part or 4-part booklet. In the Page Sizing section in the Item section, click "3-Panel" or "4-Panel". The page sizes are not available if you want to create your booklet from an empty style sheet. Determine whether your booklet is to be delivered or sent.
When you are planning to send your booklet to interested parties, you should allow room for a postal and returns adress. If, instead, you intend to distribute it, you don't need to leave any room for a postal adress, although you probably want your business name and your adress on the paper.
Under Publisher 2003 under Publisher 2003, click "Include" to insert a postal addres or click "None" to remove it. To insert a postal adress in Publisher 2007 and 2010, click to clear the "Include client address" tickbox to unselect it. There is no possibility to embed a client interface when you want to create your booklet from an empty template.
When you use your booklet to request information or orders from your clients, you should add a contact sheet to your booklet to gather this information. Select this if your booklet is intended exclusively to present your company without gathering information from your client. Select this if your booklet is a leaflet from which clients can order the described product.
Select this if your booklet is designed to present your latest product or product range and receive information from your clients about new product releases, product changes or improvement of your range of offerings that they would like to see. Select this if your booklet is a booklet that sells a customer-registered product.
Forms drafts are not available if you create your booklet from an empty template. Select the colour and typeface for your booklet. Every booklet template comes with a standard colour schemes, but if you want to use a different colour or typeface, you can do so by choosing the appropriate new schemes.
Select a new colour theme from one of the above colour themes in the Colour theme drop-down list and a new typeface from the Colour theme drop-down list. Or you can customize your own colour or typeface by choosing the "Create New" item from the Colour Chart or Typeface drop-down list.
When you produce other promotional material in Publisher, such as leaflets, vouchers or specific letterhead, you should use the same colour and typeface for all of these to create a unified corporatebranding. When you use Publisher 2003, the application asks you to enter this information the first use.
Then, from the Edit drop-down list under Personal Information, choose this information to include in your booklet. For Publisher 2007 and 2010 you can choose your Corporate Information Kit from the Business Information drop-down list or choose "Create new" to generate a new Information Kit. The information will be included in your booklet.
Generate the booklet. At this point you can download the booklet to see if the layout meets your expectations. At this point you can also generate a PDF of it to forward it to others by e-mail. To adjust the text to a certain format, either choose "AutoFit Text" from the Format drop-down list and then "Do not adjust automatically" (Publisher 2003 and 2007) or choose "Text adjustment" in the text group of the Textbox Tools Format and then " Do not adjust automatically" (Publisher 2010).
Then you can specify a new text area. For any other text you wish to substitute, please redo this on both sides of the paper. Right click on the image you want to substitute, then click "Change image" from the pop-up window and specify where you want the new image to come from.
For all other images you want to substitute, redo this on both sides of the booklet. Backup the booklet. Select "Save" or "Save As" from the File command (Publisher 2003 or 2007) or from the File command panel on the lefthand side of the File folder (Publisher 2010). Name your booklet with a meaningful name.
Printout your brochures as required. When you first start with your booklet, make sure everything is the way you want it to be before you start with it. When you are planning to have your booklet professional-looking, you want to store it or have it converted to PDF, as most printshops favour it.
What is the way to the back of the booklet? In order to resize your page in MS Publisher, go to the "Page Design" page and click on "Size". Choose the required file name from the drop-down list. What do I do to launch the Microsoft Publisher application? A slight shift of the centre of gravity to the right or right of the centre can make the booklet optically more interesting.
Minimize the total number of typefaces in your booklet; usually 2 or 3 is enough. In general, it is best not to blend typefaces without serifs and without serifs; however, you can use continuous text that uses a simple typeface with a simple type. If you start by redesigning booklets from the ground up, you may want to make booklets from multiple designs and crop and paste items into your empty pages.
To improve the look and feel of your booklet, you can use items from the Clip Organizer, the Design Gallery (Publisher 2003 and 2007) or the Building Blocks group in the Insert Booklet (Publisher 2010). When you design a booklet to be sent, place the section with the prospect's contact information on the other side of the client response from you.
Do not use perpendicular outlines to indicate where the booklet may be unfolded; it is not always possible to unfold exactly on the outlines.