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MS Publisher ∑ D esk t op P ublishing ( DTP) application Software from Microsoft ∑page layout skills List of desktop publishing software Adobe InDesign Adobe FrameMaker Adobe PageMaker CorelDRAW Corel Ventura iStudio PublisherPageStream (used to be "Publishing Partner") ∑ Microsoft Office Publisher QuarkXPress Scribus ∑ Serif PagePlus Easy Flyer Creator 2 ways to save your publication: 1) .pub – extension file when you save the publication (editable file) 2) . jpg – for printing (not editable) MENU Bar - lists the actions available to the user  Alt+underlined letter = shortcut way to open each tabs OBJECT TOOLBAR / TOOLBAR OPTIONS contains button that allow you to draw and manipulate graphics object. Select object Text box table wordart Picture frame line arrow oval rectangle autoshapes bookmark Design gallery object Item from content library Lists of PublicationTypes 1. banner 2. business card 3. business form 4. poster 5. certificate 6. postcards 7. Greeting cards 8. Resumes 9. brochures 10. flyers 11. labels 12.calendars 13.envelope Desktop publishing terminology " id="pdf-obj-0-2" src="pdf-obj-0-2.jpg">

MS Publisher

Desktop

Publishing

(DTP)

application Software from Microsoft

an 'object-oriented' software

that treats a document as a

collection of separate and distinct

objects which can be moved, edited, or deleted completely independent

of

any

other

objects

in

the

document.

 

It started on early 90’s

The term "desktop publishing"

is commonly used to describe page layout skills

(used

to

be

"Publishing Partner") Microsoft Office Publisher QuarkXPress Scribus Serif PagePlus Easy Flyer Creator

2 ways to save your publication:

1) .pub – extension file when you save the publication (editable file)

2) . jpg – for printing (not editable)

MENU Bar - lists the actions available to the user Alt+underlined letter = shortcut way to open each tabs

OBJECT TOOLBAR / TOOLBAR

OPTIONS contains button that allow you to draw and manipulate graphics object.

MS Publisher ∑ D esk t op P ublishing ( DTP) application Software from Microsoft ∑page layout skills List of desktop publishing software Adobe InDesign Adobe FrameMaker Adobe PageMaker CorelDRAW Corel Ventura iStudio PublisherPageStream (used to be "Publishing Partner") ∑ Microsoft Office Publisher QuarkXPress Scribus ∑ Serif PagePlus Easy Flyer Creator 2 ways to save your publication: 1) .pub – extension file when you save the publication (editable file) 2) . jpg – for printing (not editable) MENU Bar - lists the actions available to the user  Alt+underlined letter = shortcut way to open each tabs OBJECT TOOLBAR / TOOLBAR OPTIONS contains button that allow you to draw and manipulate graphics object. Select object Text box table wordart Picture frame line arrow oval rectangle autoshapes bookmark Design gallery object Item from content library Lists of PublicationTypes 1. banner 2. business card 3. business form 4. poster 5. certificate 6. postcards 7. Greeting cards 8. Resumes 9. brochures 10. flyers 11. labels 12.calendars 13.envelope Desktop publishing terminology " id="pdf-obj-0-134" src="pdf-obj-0-134.jpg">

Select object Text box table wordart Picture frame line arrow oval rectangle autoshapes bookmark Design gallery object Item from content library

Lists of PublicationTypes

1.

banner

2.

business card

3.

business form

4.

poster

5.

certificate

6.

postcards

7.

Greeting cards

8.

Resumes

9.

brochures

10.

flyers

11.

labels

12.calendars

13.envelope

Desktop publishing terminology

Page There are two

types of pages in

desktop publishing, electronic pages and virtual paper pages to be printed on physical paper pages

Master

pages

are

templates

used

to

automatically copy or link elements and graphic design styles to some or all the pages of a multipage document.

Layout is the process by which the elements are laid on the page orderly, aesthetically, and precisely.

Page layout elements Main types of components to be laid out on a page include text, linked images that can only be modified as an external source, and embedded images that may be modified with the layout application software

Styles Graphic design styles such as color, transparency, and filters, may also be applied to layout elements

HOW TO FORMAT TEXTBOX

If you want to customize the look

of

a

publication, you can do all kinds of things to change the appearance of text and the text box that contains it.

For example, you can use the Text Box command (on the Format menu) to:

Add a border around the text box. Change the background or border color. Rotate the text that's inside the text

box.

Change the margin between the text and text box boundary.

Enhanced

greeting

cards

and

invitation cards. Select from an extensive collection of professionally- designed greeting cards and invitation cards, and then customize the contents to

create unique cards. The layout, color, and design of each card can be customized. Cards can be customized by choosing an appropriate verse from Publisher's extensive selection of greeting card verses. By selecting different design, layout, color, and verse combinations, a virtually limitless array of unique cards can be created.

CD/DVD labels. Create professional- looking labels for CDs and DVDs. Coordinated inserts for CD/DVD cases can also be created using the software.

Personal

Stationery

Sets. Create

a

coordinated set of address labels, letterhead, envelopes, and business cards

for personal or business use.

Easy

Web

Site Builder. Create a

customized Web site that contains the page types that are appropriate to our specific needs. Publisher also offers an expanded selection of individual Web page types that can be selected from to build a Web site one page at a time.

E-mail publications. Professional- looking e-mail messages that have the same high quality look and design as print publications can be created.

What can we do in MS Publisher?