Use the Rulers in Publisher: Overview This lesson shows you how to use the rulers in Publisher. You can use the rulers in Publisher to help you make precise measurements. They can also help you place objects into the publication pages in the desired positions. The rulers in a Publisher publication appear at both
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
Create a Custom Page Background in Publisher: Overview Create a Custom Page Background in Publisher: How to Apply or Remove a Page Background You can create a custom page background in Publisher using the “Fill Effect” formatting also applied to shapes and pictures. To display the available default page background choices, click the “Page
The Scratch Area in Publisher: Overview The scratch area in Publisher is the space surrounding your publication. You use the scratch area in Publisher to store pictures or shapes. If you insert multiple pictures at the same time when using either the “Insert Picture” dialog box or the “Insert Pictures” window, then Publisher adds
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
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.
Create Building Blocks in Publisher: Overview You can create building blocks in Publisher to make reusable content you can insert into your publication pages. For example, you could save your company’s logo and name as a custom building block. Later, you could insert it into future publications without recreating all its content and formatting.
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