Custom Color Schemes in Publisher: Overview You create custom color schemes in Publisher to apply colors you select to publication elements in a consistent way. To create custom color schemes in Publisher, click the “Page Design” tab in the Ribbon. Then click the “More” button in the lower right corner of the “Schemes” list.
The Publisher User Interface: Overview The picture below is of the Publisher user interface after opening a new, blank publication. A publication is the file type created in Publisher. Within a publication you create and modify text and graphic objects on the pages in the publication. When you close a publication, Publisher then prompts
The Pack and Go Wizard in Publisher: Overview The Pack and Go Wizard in Publisher gathers all of the images, fonts, colors and anything else included in your publication, and compresses and packages it together for you to take to a commercial printer or to move the publication file to another computer. To use
Microsoft Office 365 vs. Microsoft Office 2013 As a software training center, we have noticed that there still seems to be some confusion between Microsoft Office 365 vs. Microsoft Office 2013 and what that entails for the related Microsoft Office training. This article will attempt to clarify the differences between the two. The major
A Reference Guide Full of Office Tips Many users who are already familiar with using the products contained in the Microsoft Office 2013 suite of products may only need a quick tip on how to perform common tasks. You can find many common
Click here to view the complete tutorial Using Master Pages You use master pages in Publisher to change the default appearance of pages in a publication. A master page is a page that contains the default objects and content you want to apply as a page layout to
Publisher 2013 allocates the space sounding your publication as a scratch area into which it places pictures that you can insert into your publication pages. If you insert multiple pictures at the same time when using either the “Insert Picture” dialog box or the “Insert Pictures”
1. To insert shapes into your page click the “Shapes” button in either the “Objects” button group on the “Home” tab or the “Illustrations” button group on the “Insert” tab within the Ribbon. 2. Roll your mouse pointer over the shape you want to insert and then click