Microsoft Office Publisher 2007 for Dummies.

This is supposed to be the age of instant and constant communication, right? And if you have a business, belong to an organization, or have a cause you want to promote, a great-looking flyer or brochure can say a lot. If you have Microsoft Office Professional, Small Business, or Ultimate on your PC,...

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Author / Creator: McCarter, Jim.
Other Authors / Creators:Mabin, Jacqui Salerno.
Mabin, Jacqui Salerno.
Holmes, M.
Format: eBook Electronic
Language:English
Edition:1st ed.
Imprint: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2007.
Series:For Dummies
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Local Note:Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2022. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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505 0 |a Intro -- Micrsoft Office Publisher 2007 FOR Dummies -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- Part I Getting Acquainted with Publisher 2007 -- Chapter 1 Own the Printing Press -- When Should You Use Microsoft Publisher 2007? -- How Desktop Publishing Works -- The Design Process -- Getting Out of the Gate with Publisher -- Chapter 2 Success by Design -- Know Your Audience -- Where Others Have Gone Before -- The Keys to Design Success -- Desktop Style Resources -- Everything Costs Money -- Chapter 3 Basic Training -- Launch Time -- What's All This on the Screen? -- Options and More Options -- Help Yourself -- Things You Can Do with Files -- Shut Down without Crash-Landing -- Part II Mark This Page -- Chapter 4 Working with Pages -- In the Beginning: The Page -- Changing What You See On-Screen -- Lining Things Up -- Using Virtual Rulers -- Creating Master Pages -- Adding and Deleting Pages -- Modifying the Page Layout -- Chapter 5 Objects and Frames -- Being Framed Is a Good Thing -- Adding In Your Business Info -- Drawing Isn't Just for Preschoolers -- Wrapping Text around Objects -- Grouping Objects -- Part III 10,000 Words, One Maniac -- Chapter 6 Getting the Word -- Getting Into the Details of Text Boxes -- Let Me Tell You a Story -- Aligning Your Text with Table Frames -- Chapter 7 Editors Are Bought, Not Born -- Tricks of the Editing Meisters -- Tools of the Editing Meisters -- Text Formatting -- Chapter 8 Vintage Type: The Corkscrew, Please -- About Type and Fonts -- Typography 101 -- WordArt -- Other Special Text Effects -- Part IV A Picture Is Worth 6.95 -- Chapter 9 You Ought to Be in Pictures -- Understanding More about Picture Frames -- Getting Yours -- Working with Different Picture Types -- Using the Design Gallery -- Using the Content Gallery -- Tracking Down Other Picture Sources -- Inserting PowerPoint Slides into Publisher. 
505 8 |a More on Scanning -- Reviewing File Formats -- Chapter 10 Color by the Numbers -- Understanding How Color Improves Your Page -- Defining Color -- Color Models -- Changing the Color Scheme -- Printing in Color -- Color Matching -- Chapter 11 Grappling with Graphics Manager -- Summoning the Graphics Manager Task Pane -- Pinpointing Your Pictures -- Embedding and Linking Pictures -- Changing the Way Pictures Appear in Your On-Screen Publication -- Getting the Details -- Part V Proof Positive -- Chapter 12 Final Checks -- The Eyes Have It -- The Design Checker -- Word-Fitting Techniques -- Page Improvements -- Chapter 13 Printing, Print Shops, and Paper -- Printers and Output Quality -- Selecting the Target Printer -- Printing Your Pages -- Using Outside Printing Services -- Setting Up for Outside Printing -- More Printing Resources -- Part VI Publishing on the Internet -- Chapter 14 Weaving a Web Site -- Understanding What a Web Site Is -- Using the Easy Web Wizard -- Adding Color and Texture to the Background -- Adding Text or Picture Objects -- Adding and Removing Hyperlinks -- Chapter 15 Getting Published (On the Internet) -- Previewing Your Web Site -- Publishing Your Web Site -- Part VII The Part of Tens -- Chapter 16 Ten Great Design Ideas -- Borrow the Best Ideas of Others -- Design the Publication with Your Audience in Mind -- Use a Design Grid -- Use Pictures Well -- Check Out the Design Gallery -- Use Master Pages -- Keep It Simple, Silly! -- Create Templates and Use Them -- Use Multicolumn Text Boxes -- Live with Your Designs Awhile -- Chapter 17 Ten Design Blunders -- Not Designing Your Publication for the Right Audience -- Not Communicating with Your Print Service Early in the Project -- Using the Wrong Printer Driver -- Using Too Little White Space -- Making Your Publication Too Complicated -- Making Your Pages Too Boring!. 
505 8 |a Printing Too Many or Too Few Copies -- Designing a Publication That's Too Expensive -- Violating Copyright Laws -- Scanning Your Files at the Wrong Resolution -- Chapter 18 Not Quite Ten Things to Check before Printing -- Give Color Separations to Your Print Service -- Show Your Publication Around -- Use the Pack and Go Wizard -- Give Your Print Service All Original Materials -- Run the Design Checker -- Specify the Correct Printer Driver -- Use Printing Marks on Master Copies -- Check for the End of the Story -- Chapter 19 Ten Questions for Your Print Service -- Do You Work with Microsoft Publisher 2007? -- How Do You Want to Receive My Files? -- What's Your Usual Turnaround Time? -- What Kind of Imagesetter Do You Use? -- Which Kind of Equipment Do You Have in Your Shop? -- Do You Have the Fonts in My Publication? -- Do You Have the Creator Applications for the EPS Graphics I Create? -- How Much Do You Charge? -- Can You Outsource the Work You Can't Do? -- Can You Give Me Some References? -- Chapter 20 Ten Ways to Save on Printing Costs -- Talk to Your Print Service -- Choose an Appropriate Print Service -- Solicit Three Written Bids for a Print Job -- Make a Careful Paper Selection -- Provide Your Print Service with Everything It Needs -- Ask for a Cash Discount -- Don't Print Close to Your Deadline -- Use Special Paper to Print in Color without Having to Print in Color -- Use a Print Broker for Large or Expensive Print Jobs -- Minimize the Amount of Setup Work Your Printer Must Do -- Index. 
520 |a This is supposed to be the age of instant and constant communication, right? And if you have a business, belong to an organization, or have a cause you want to promote, a great-looking flyer or brochure can say a lot. If you have Microsoft Office Professional, Small Business, or Ultimate on your PC, you already have a great communication tool hidden inside-Publisher 2007. Use it to promote your organization with newsletters, cards, and brochures. This book gets you started with Publisher basics so you can start communicating with your public. Chances are you're not planning to become a Publisher guru; you just want to use Publisher to get some things done. Then Microsoft Office Publisher 2007 For Dummies is just the book for you! It has just what you need to know to Understand design basics and plan a page Set up a flyer or publication and place text and pictures where they work best Use various Publisher templates Incorporate images and files from other programs Build Web sites with Publisher Prepare your creations for printing or posting online Whether you're selling a product or service, getting the word out about a not-for-profit organization, or helping out your church, synagogue, or school, Microsoft Office Publisher 2007 For Dummies makes it easy. 
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