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Most Help is written for a specific feature or procedure, such as this article on cropping pictures in Publisher 2007. But this shows only part of a larger task, which might include inserting a picture, cropping it, adding captions and effects, aligning it on the page, and so on.
Here's an example of a roadmap style article on manipulating images in Publisher 2010 that does start with inserting the picture to cropping, to adding to a shape, and finally resetting the image to remove any formatting you've added.
Today's post on the reduction in web publication capability in Publisher 2010 comes to us from Jeff Bell. Jeff was the Group Program Manager for Publisher and Text Services during the development and release of Publisher 2010.
For a number of versions, Publisher has filled a gap as an easy-to-use web site authoring tool sitting between the template-based web-hosted offerings and the designer-oriented desktop HTML editors. With Publisher 2010, we sharpened our focus to deliver great experiences and results for print, PDF and XPS, and email output. As part of this focus, we have removed the ability to author new web sites from the Publisher catalog. Here's why...
The world of commercial printing changed a lot since Publisher first introduced our printing features. Read about what Publisher team learned and how we used that to improve your experience with printing large posters or dozens of brochures at your local print shop.
Welcome to the Microsoft Publisher blog! On this blog we'll deliver:
Here we are just days away from New Year's Day, and that means we need new calendars. As many of you know, Publisher makes quick work of creating personalized calendars. In this post I show how to make a new calendar or update an old one in Publisher 2010 and 2007. (This also works in Publisher 2003.)
The quickest way to start is to find and adapt a calendar template that's close to what you want. You can choose from the 2011 calendar templates for Publisher. However, these templates are written specifically for calendar year 2011 and in a year you won't be able to easily update your 2011 calendar for 2012. If you want to be able to re-use your calendar next year, I suggest that you start with one of the calendar templates that are installed with Publisher. When you open Publisher you are shown a catalog of templates to choose from to create a new publication. The catalog is divided by category, such as Calendars, and whether the templates are installed on your computer or available to be downloaded from Office.com. For calendars, the Office.com templates tend to be designed for specific years, while the Installed Templates are not specific and can be configured for the year or specific months within the year.
Scott Walker, Lead Program Manager, kicks off a series of posts focused on Publisher 2013, giving you an introduction to the new release, as well as the underlying thinking that drove the work done by the team.
Publisher is a great tool for creating and printing business cards, address labels, name tags. Here's five tips to help you print your cards, labels, or tags with a minimum amount of time and frustration.
Calendars are always a hot search term for Publisher users. You want to create yearly calendars, school calendars, insert calendars into newsletters, and put calendars on business cards. Here's how you can do all those things.
Looking for a faster way to create beautiful publications in the new Publisher? Start with one of our wonderful new templates!
So far I've published three parodies of famous authors writing Publisher Help articles:
I really enjoy doing these, and you all seem to enjoy them also, based on page views and comments. So today I'm polling you to pick my next author. This poll will be open for the next week and then I'll announce the "winning" author! And as always, please feel free to log in and suggest authors in the comments if you've got an idea that is not one of the poll selections.