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In March I published a post on adding a TOC to your Publisher 2010 publications. Here now is a video demo showing how you can do this.
Counting the words in your publication is a little problematic--you have to use Publisher's Edit Story in Microsoft Word function to get a count of the words in your stories...well, you can also just count them by hand..."One word, Two words, Three words...hahaha..I love it!"
In Publisher 2003 and 2007, you select the story and, on the Edit menu, select Edit Story in Microsoft Word. In Publisher 2010, you have to first customize the ribbon or your Quick Access Toolbar (QAT) to show the Edit Story in Microsoft Word button.
If you're planning a New Year's party and you'd like to add some banners to the decorations, Publisher can do it.
As usual, start with a template, for example this New Year's banner. Last week when I talked about the difference between a page and a sheet I showed how several pages might be imposed (that's publishing jargon for placing pages on sheets of paper) on one printed sheet. With this banner you can see that one page can also extend across several sheets. So printing the banner on 8.5"x11" sheets of paper looks like this in print preview:
"Wow" your friends the next time you pull out your family album with the help of the new Publisher! Find out how our photo editing options can help you create something memorable.
I'm back from dropping my son off at college and thought it was a good time to roundup Publisher stories and tips from around the Web, giving you a look into articles on troubleshooting, some tips and tricks for creating great looking publications, and some quick reference cards available through Amazon.com. Be sure to look for my next roundup next month, too.
This month's Publisher web roundup includes a Web cast on creating marketing materials, a short review of the history of Publisher, tips for creating greeting cards and to use and configure the "nudge" distance, and a set of brochure, flyer and newsletter templates.
As always, if you know of a great Publisher tip, story, or post that we didn't list here, please post a comment below.
Sometimes you need a little extra effort to make your message get across. Learn how you can leave WordArt behind and make your words into something unique.
The addition of shape and picture effects was a big part in Publisher's goal to make it quicker and easier to create better looking publications. Amani Ahmed Dye is the program manager who worked on bringing in these effects. Today, she'll share the outcome of that work and how you can start taking advantage of these new features.