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Launch Microsoft Publisher. You can do this like any other application by opening it from the Start screen or double-clicking it if you have a shortcuts to it. If Publisher is opened, two panes appear: a Catalog pane and a Primary pane. By default, the catalog pane is set to the Publications by Wizard page, so this page should already be open.
Pubations by Wizard provides you with a set of customizable layouts. Newsletters, websites, announcements, invitations and more. You will find these options in the catalogue pane on the lefthand side under the heading Wizard. In each of these file types you will find many different types or themes to select from.
As we will be creating a newletter, let us select this formattoption. Select the orange point next to the newsletters name. There are two boxes in the top window: a work area ('the bigger box on the right) and the newsletters assistant ('the smaller box on the left).
Exit to complete the formating and allow you to exit the wizard and begin typing your own words and images. Once you have read the first wizard post, click Next to begin the four-step customization of your newletter. On the first monitor you can choose the colour pattern for your first newsletters.
You will then have further customization possibilities for your newletter. Notice: The right hand side email templates follow your changes at every stage of the email creation proces. Next reformatting move in this procedure is to set the number of lines in your newletter. ÿ¿½ Select a colum for this test.
1986 Click Next to continue. The newsletter wizard will ask you if you want to add a wildcard for a postal adress. Select No, then click Next. Keep in mind that you can always go back to the Newsletter Wizard and change any part of the formatter. The Newsletter Wizard remains open by Default.
However, you can exit the box to enlarge the work area by pressing the Collapse Wizard icon at the bottom of the Newsletter Wizard. Catch the Wizard now. After the wizard disappears, click the Show Wizard icon at the bottom right of the working area pane to go back to the wizard.
You can see a User Language User Language User Language User Language Box called Zoom at the bottom of the working area pane. Use it to get to know your newsletters while you work. To enlarge the picture, click the (+) and the ( ¿½) buttons to reduce the size.
If you make these changes, what happens to the documents in the working area pane? You can read your newsletters in the working area pane. You will see speakers in different dimensions. These fields are called text frame and graph frame and are used to enter text and graphs.
Newsletters Wizard uses this example text and images (placeholders) to visualise the lay-out of your publications. If necessary, the wildcards are either completely erased or the text is erased and substituted by your own text. Now the text should be gone and you are prepared to add a word art name.
Position the pointer where you want the heading of your newsletters to appear (note: try to keep it within the border that has been set for the title). 1986 Click and dragging the mouse over the titles area to create a User Language User Language Tool. The text serves as the cover of your newsletters.
Read the menubar from lefthand to righthand: In the middle menue you can choose the typeface. On the right side of the screen, you can choose the text that is set to Best fit by defaults, which means that it will be as large as possible while it still fits into the text area.
First you should modify the form of your song. Right-click the pull-down arrows on the lefthand side of the screen and click Arch Up (Curve). After you have chosen the form for your cover text, go to the Fonts pull-down list and click - Comic Sans. Now that you have completed the titling, click the grey area to the lefthand side of the page to go back to the Publisher's workspace.
You can make changes using the fonts pull-down list at the top of the page, just above the tool. Centre the title by selecting the text and pressing the Centre pushbutton on the tool bar. In order to start working on the text of your newsletters, click on the title of the editorial and substitute your own text.
When you are finished, click on the text to substitute your own history for this text. ? Write a few words to get to work. Click on the text border to change the size of a col. The handle appears at the edge of the text field (handles are small squares that decorate the contour around the text).
When you place the pointer directly on one of the grips, it turns from an arrows to a double-sided point. Snap and pull the grip in or out to adjust the size of the border accordingly. In order to add pictures to your newsletters, click on the image place holder to choose it. Whilst we are still on the first page of the newsletters, there are a few other things to investigate.
In this area you will find a list of content for your newsletters. Just think, we only have three tales in this newletter. If this were the case, we would want to remove four lines from this spreadsheet. Mark (or highlight) the lower four paragraphs (or ?cells?) of this directory by moving your cursor over all four lines.
If you want to change the size of the index, click on the border above the words within this output. You have now chosen this border and you will see it. Hint: Another way to move a field is to choose it and then use the arrows on your keypad to move the area.
Once you have completed the cover page, go to the bottom of the page ï You will see a page display that allows you to follow your pages. Both sides of the page display panel have directional keys pointing to the right and lefts. You can click on the right hand side to go to the next page of the newsletters.
As a standard feature, the Email Assistant offers you four pages of newsletters with which you can work. We only need two pages for this one. To change the wizard templates comfortably, we will lead you through the deletion of two pages from the ? newsletters, namely pages three and four.
It is very easy if you do the following steps: Hint: To go back to the wizard, click the Show Wizard icon at the bottom lefthand corner of the Publisher screen. Please go to page 3 of the brochure. To do this, click the right-moused key at the bottom of the screen until you reach page three.
1986 This button is to the right of the page tool bar. When you are on page 3, go to the Edit submenu and choose Delete page. When you recall, the Publications by Wizard has themes grouped by size (e.g. newsletters, website, etc.) and you are scrolling down to find the desired theme for your newsletters (e.g. Kidstuff, Natur, etc.).
Click the nuance next to the desired theme styles in the Theme Sets box on the leftside. Notice: ï The files in the right pane are changed each tim you pick a new one. To start the wizard, simply open a new file that you want to try out and double-click it.
Use the wizard instructions and substitute the wildcard text with your own. Once you have finished experimentation with the publications by design, you will be taken to the Empty Publications page in Publisher. ÿ¿½ Make sure that you store the documents you have worked on in the Publications by Design edit if you want to continue later.
Again, on the File Menu, click New, but this timeout, click Empty Publishing on the tab at the top of the screen. Therefore, the Publication Wizard does not offer you the same type of template as the two preceding used. ÿ½ Double-clicking on one of the page layouts will bring you to an empty page of your chosen format and dimensions.
With the toolbar on the lefthand side of the screen, you can easily attach forms, text and images to your documents wherever you want, without the limitations of the template. Browse the menu gives you a good understanding of how to include images, headings and other useful items in your work.
?ve ½ve ?ve ve achieved a lot in this videoorial. You' re now well prepared to get on with your work in the publisher at your own speed. You can either go back to one of the files you started or launch a new Publisher file that can be used with your pupils in your own schoolroom.