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Completed by Microsoft 2013
This course prepares participants for the use of Microsoft Publisher for newsletter, booklets, manuals and other basic documentation. Use the Publisher 2013 guide for all professions. Publisher 2010 and 2013 are almost the same, but the latest release will contain the latest information. With Microsoft Publisher, you can quickly generate and distribute your newsletter, brochure, flyer and catalogue.
This course teaches you how to build a document from the ground up or build a template, how to insert and modify text and images, how to use masters...
Use of master pages in Microsoft Publisher 2013
Use the Publisher root pages to modify the standard design of pages in a Publisher. The root page is a page that contains the standard object and contents that you want to use as a page format on a publishing page. Adding pages to a publishing can format them according to the root page.
They can have several root pages within a single publishing. In the Publisher you can design and adapt your own masters. Then you can store these masters as a user-defined publisher preset for later use. In order to show the "Master Page" screen, click on the "Master Page" screen in the "Views" group of buttons on the "View" page in the ribbon.
You will find the masters pages for the actual publications in the navigation area on the lefthand side of the screen. You can edit the currently chosen Masters page in this pane in the Edit Area. The new " Masters Page " page is also shown in the ribbon.
To make changes to the root pages of your publications, use the toolbars in the toolbar groups on this page. In order to create a new Masters Page, click on the icon "Add Masters Page " in the group " Masters Page " to open the dialogue field "New Masters Page ". You can specify an ID for the root page in the "Page ID (1 character):" text area.
Normally, root pages are easily identifiable in alphabetic order. Then you can type a descriptive text of the main page into the text field "Description:". When you want to generate a two-sided double-sided double-sided double-sided double-sided masterside. If you want to modify a template page, first select it in the navigation pane.
Then you can insert all contents that you want to display in your publishing pages into the root page you select by selecting them by selecting them. Or you can use any other theme item on publishing pages linked to the root page you click. Please be aware that this contents cannot be processed if it is used on the pages of your publications.
It is, however, an ideal place to add unchangeable contents, such as page numbers, designs, and user-defined headers and footers. In order to get to the headers and footers of the chosen page, click on the buttons "Show headers and footers" in the group of buttons "Headers and footers". Whenever you click on this icon, your cursor is placed at the top or bottom of the page.
If you wish, you can then use the "Tab" on your keypad to navigate to the middle or right-hand tabs within the headers or footers. When your cursor is in the required position, click the "Insert page number" pushbutton in the "Header and Footer" group of buttons to add a page number to the text field.
Alternatively, you can click on the "Insert date" or "Insert time" pushbuttons in the "Header and footer" pushbutton group to add date or timestamps to the text field at the specified positions. Or you can easily enter your own user-defined heading and footing information, if you like. After entering your customized heading and footing information, click in the page area to finish processing the heading and footing lines.
In the" Two Pages Master" group of buttons, you can use the" Two Pages Master" pushbutton to toggle the currently chosen two-sided and a one-sided page over. When you click this icon if you have chosen a two-page masters page, the publisher warns you that all items on the lefthand masters page will be removed and replace them with the items on the rightmastersite.
Click the "OK" icon in the confirm dialogue to proceed. Use the" Use" drop-down list option to use the currently chosen root page on pages within your publications. You can choose "Apply to all pages" from the drop-down menu to spread the chosen source page to all pages of the work.
If you want to add the page to the currently chosen publishing page, you can choose "Apply to this page". Alternatively, you can choose the "ApplyMasterPage....." menu item to open the "ApplyMasterPage" dialogue for this. Use this dialogue field to choose to apply the currently chosen root page to all, the currently loaded page, or a page area within the publishing.
Click on the "OK" pushbutton to complete the process. In the" Masters Page " group of buttons, you can click the "Duplicate" pushbutton to copy the currently chosen masters page. In the appearing dialogue window "Duplicate Masters Page " please fill in an ID and a text for the copy and click the OK key.
Click on the "Rename" pushbutton in the "Master Page" group of buttons to open the "Rename Masters Page " dialogue window, in which you must input a new ID and name for the Masters Page and then click on the "OK" pushbutton to change the name of the same. In the " Mastersite " group of buttons, you can click on the "Delete" pushbutton to remove the currently chosen mastersite from your publications.
When you do this, the publisher will alert you that if the host page has been used on pages in your paper, the first host page will be used in its place. When this is OK, click the "Yes" icon to clear the chosen Mastersite.
After you have completed the customization of the Masters pages, you can click on the "Close Masters Page " icon in the "Close" group of buttons on the "Master Page" register card in the ribbon to exit the Masters Page window.