|Intermediate||12 hours||140 AZN|
What Topics are Covered?
- Microsoft Office Publisher 2010 is the newest version of Microsoft’s desktop publishing application for small and medium businesses. This course is designed to help everyday users become familiar and comfortable with Publisher and to help more experienced users make the most out of the new features and ribbon interface.
- Highlights of the course include management of your publications, different ways to share your publication with others, formatting and language options, and various shape and illustration tasks. In the final section, we’ll discuss different types of pictures and how to effectively use them in your publications.
- Managing Your Publications
- This first section will start with a look at Windows Explorer and how it works inside Publisher. We’ll discuss working with Publisher files and business information and look at ways you can share your publications with others. In the last lesson, we’ll spend some time working with Publisher templates.
- Using Formatting and Language Tools
- We’ll start this lesson off with the Paragraph dialog box and how to use it. Next we’ll focus on special text elements and show you what you can do to spice up your publications. This section will also have lessons on creating custom schemes to help you create publications which are truly your own. We’ll also cover linking text boxes, Publisher’s spelling tools, AutoCorrect, and research tools.
- Working with Shapes
- This section focuses entirely on shapes in Publisher. First, we’ll look at adding the shapes to your publications and show you how to manipulate them. Next, we will look next at formatting and grouping shapes.
- Working with Illustrations
- We’ll start this section by exploring how to add tables to your publications and how to format them to get them just right. Then, we’ll talk about working with WordArt.
- Adding Pictures to Your Publications
- This final section will focus on working with images. We’ll talk first about adding images to your publications (either your own pictures or Clip Art). We’ll discuss ways to format and arrange your pictures, as well as making last minute changes to pictures within the publication itself.