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Mother's Day is this Sunday, and Publisher has templates to help you create your own personalized card for your mom.
As always, start with one of our Mother's Day card templates, or any card template that comes closest to what you want. Then customize the card by replacing the image with something special to your mom, maybe a picture of the two of you, or perhaps an image of something that really speaks to about your relationship with your mom, or something you've created yourself. Then change other elements, such as the colors or fonts, and print the card in time to give it to her on Sunday.
You can find Mother's Day images on Office.com as well as several other places on the Web.
-- Bob deLaubenfels
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.
Looking for a faster way to create beautiful publications in the new Publisher? Start with one of our wonderful new templates!
Greeting cards offer an excellent way to reconnect with old friends and thank loyal customers. You can send cards for birthdays, to congratulate a client, or just to let friends or colleagues know you're thinking of them.
Publisher has lots of greeting card templates, from Valentine's Day to thank-you cards. To help you create cards you'll be happy to send out, here are five quick tips for Publisher 2007, and of course the concepts work for Publisher 2010 as well:
Last Friday I posted a parody of Tom Clancy as a Publisher Help writer and asked you, my readers, to respond in the comments with suggestions for other famous writers who might be good targets for further such parodies. To further encourage you to respond here is Raymond Chandler's Help article on the Publisher 2007 catalog merge feature.
In a previous post I asked you how you wanted Help workflows delivered. Did you want a story? A roadmap of links to step-by-step instructions? A video of the process? A training course? Thirty-six people responded and 42% said that video was their preferred method.
Today I'd like to get your input on what you like about Help videos.
At the end of July I asked you in a poll what author you'd like to see next in my "Famous Authors Write Help" series. Jane Austen was the winner with 50% of the vote.
So, here's my take on Jane Austen explaining the difference between printing multiple copies and printing multiple pages.
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.
Valentine's Day is today! If you're reading this, perhaps you forgot to get your sweetie a card. Publisher can help you. We've got 12 built-in Valentine's Day card templates that install with Publisher and another five online templates that you can use to quickly produce a card in time to give to your sweetheart by the end of the day! Be sure to check out the Valentine images available on Office.com to help you create a unique card.