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The Publisher is another, lesser-used track in the Microsoft Office production suit. The Publisher is used to produce flyers, images and more that can be used in a wide range of ways, including event, presentation and even the creation of your own visiting-card. Whilst many other applications out there can do what publishers can, it has been a basic foodstuff of the office suite for over a decad.
This edition of Microsoft Office 365 takes you through the new publisher. What's new in Microsoft Office 365: Publisher? Publishing 2013 offers new ways to work with pictures and clipart to create more vibrant work. The added look and feel of Windows 8 makes Publisher 2013 leaner than ever in Office 365.
The Publisher 2013 also provides these extra features: A number of new submissions have been added to Publisher 2013 for people to start using. Selecting a style sheet will familiarize you with the trusted Publisher style in Windows 8 look and feel. Now you can create your own custom publishing style. Updated Publisher in Office 365 also provides a great deal of extra information about what you are working on, which was harder to find in earlier releases of the application.
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A Publisher is a full-featured text and graphic formatting tool that allows you to design, play, and produce styles with more style. Developed to process a large number of texts and images with sophisticated layouts and print requirements, Publisher provides new ways to work with your images so you can move, share and use new image and textures.
With Publisher, you can browse for images whether they are on your computer, in the Office.com Clipart Library, or on the Internet. Please note: The following samples are from Publisher 2013 - Microsoft has not yet upgraded its 2016 Publisher information on line.