Custom Font Schemes in Publisher: Overview You can create custom font schemes in Publisher to use in your publications. To create custom font schemes in Publisher, click the “Page Design” tab in the Ribbon. Then click the “Fonts” drop-down button in the “Schemes” button group. Then select the “Create New Font Scheme…” command from
Make Columns in Publisher: Overview You can make columns in Publisher to aid in the layout of a publication page. You can then add text boxes over the column guides you create in the page to produce newsletter-style layouts. When you make columns in Publisher, you can also add rows to a publication page.
Create a PivotChart in Excel: Overview You can create a PivotChart in Excel to show the data from an associated PivotTable in a graphic format. You can create a PivotChart in Excel either independently from or along with an associated PivotTable in Excel. Alternatively, you can also add a PivotChart to an existing PivotTable
Create a 3D Map in Excel: Overview Create a 3D Map in Excel: Creating a New Tour After enabling the 3D Maps add-in in Excel, you can then create a 3D Map in Excel. To create a 3D Map in Excel, click the “Insert” tab in the Ribbon. Then directly click the “3D Maps”
Master Pages in Publisher: Overview You can use master pages in Publisher to change the default appearance of pages in a publication. Master pages in Publisher contain the default page layout objects and content to apply to a publication page. When you add pages to a publication, they are
Create a KPI in Power Pivot for Excel: Overview Creating measures within the data model in Power Pivot then lets you create a KPI in Power Pivot for Excel. KPI stands for Key Performance Indicator. A KPI is a value, and often associated symbol, that gauges the performance of a base field in attaining
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.
Conditional Formatting in Excel: Overview Conditional formatting in Excel lets you define criteria for cells which change the way the cells look in the worksheet, but only if the cells’ values match the criteria. For example, you could create a conditional formatting criterion that makes a worksheet cell appear with a red fill color