Publisher 2010 Intermediate

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Description:
Microsoft Publisher is an easy to use program that produces stunning, professional results. This course gives you more tips and trick of how to work with the package effectively.
Prerequisites:
Participants should have taken the Foundation course or have equivalent knowledge.
Managing Your Publications:
1. Using Windows Explorer within Publisher
Navigating Using Windows Explorer
Performing Basic Tasks with Windows Explorer
Using Views in Windows Explorer
Using the Windows Explorer Navigation Pane
2. Working with Publisher Files
Using File Formats
Setting File Passwords
Changing File Properties
Using AutoRecover
Importing Word Documents
3. Working with Business Information
Setting Up Your Business Information
Editing Business Information
Adding Multiple Business Information Sets
Adding Business Information to a Publication
4. Sharing a Publication
Publishing to PDF or XPS
Packing your Files for Another Computer
Saving Your Publication for a Commercial Printer with Pack and Go
Publishing to HTML
5. Working with Templates
Creating a Template
Saving a Template
Using a Template
Editing a Template
Publishing a Template
Using Formatting and Language Tools:
1. Using the Paragraph Dialog
Changing Indents and Spacing
Setting Tabs with the Dialog
Setting Tabs with the Ruler
Controlling Line and Paragraph Breaks
2. Adding Special Text Elements
Adding Symbols
Inserting the Date and Time
Inserting the Contents of a File
Inserting Objects
Creating Hyperlinks
Creating Bookmarks
3. Creating Custom Schemes
Creating Color Schemes
Creating Font Schemes
Setting Font Scheme Options
Setting Background Options
4. Linking Text Boxes
Understanding Text Box Links
Linking Text Boxes
Navigating Through Linked Text Boxes
Working with Linked Text Boxes (this might need its own lesson?)
Breaking Links
5. Using Spelling and Grammar Tools
Using the Spelling and Grammar Context Menu
Running a Spelling and Grammar Check
Setting Spelling and Grammar Options
About AutoCorrect
6. Using Research Tools
Setting Your Language
Performing Research
Using the Thesaurus
Using the Translator
Working with Shapes:
1. Adding Shapes
Drawing Shapes
Moving Shapes
Resizing Shapes
Rotating Shapes
Deleting Shapes
2. Formatting Shapes
Applying a Shape Style
Manually Formatting a Shape
Arranging the Shape (brief overview of Arrange and Size groups on Format tab; same as other objects)
Using the Format AutoShape Dialog
3. Grouping Shapes
Selecting Multiple Shapes
Grouping Shapes
Ungrouping Shapes
Aligning Shapes to Each Other
Working with Illustrations :
1. Adding Tables
Inserting a Table
Adding Data
Moving the Table
Resizing the Table
Rotating the Table
Deleting the Table
2. Formatting Tables
Adding or Deleting Rows and Columns
Applying a Table Style
Manually Formatting a Table
Arranging the Table (brief overview of Arrange and Size groups on Design tab; same as other objects)
Changing Alignment and Text Direction
Using the Format Table Dialog
3. Working with WordArt
Creating WordArt
Editing WordArt (Text group on Word Art Tools tab)
Changing the WordArt Style
Manually Formatting WordArt
Arranging WordArt (brief overview of Arrange and Size groups on WA Tools tab; same as other objects)
Using the Format WordArt Dialog
Adding Pictures to Your Publication:
1. Inserting Pictures
Adding a Picture from Your Computer
Inserting ClipArt
Moving the Picture
Resizing the Picture
Rotating the Picture
Deleting the Picture
2. Formatting Pictures
Touching up Pictures (brightness, contrast, recolor)
Adding a Picture Style
Changing the Picture Border
Changing the Picture Shape
Adding Shadow Effects
3. Working with Pictures
Arranging Pictures (brief overview of Arrange and Size groups on Design tab; same as other objects)
Resizing Pictures
Cropping Pictures
Adding Crop Effects
Adding Captions
Using the Format Picture Dialog
4. Changing Pictures
Choosing a New Photo
Resetting Pictures
Swapping Pictures
oCompressing Pictures
Adding a Picture Placeholder