Publisher 2016 is Microsoft’s desktop publishing program that provides the ability to easily create publications for both print and the web.
This course will allow users get up to speed with Publisher quickly. They will learn about different features of the interface, how to create a publication, cover some basic publication tasks, discuss how to manage graphics in Publisher, and learn how to prepare a publication for printing and electronic sharing.
Getting Started with Microsoft Publisher 2016
This lesson guides students in an exploration of the interface. They will learn how to customize the interface and create a simple publication.
Adding Content to a Publication
In this lesson, students are shown how to: add text to a publication, organize text boxes and picture placeholders, control the display of content in text boxes and use Building Blocks.
Formatting Text in a Publication
How to format paragraphs and text, apply paragraph styles, and apply schemes are the skills students will learn here.
Editing Text in a Publication
Over the course of this lesson students will pick up the skills that will allow them to: edit text in a publication, present content in tables, and insert symbols and special characters.
Adding and Formatting Graphics in a Publication
Here, students are shown how to: add graphical objects to a publication and manipulate the appearance of pictures.
Preparing a Publication for Printing and Sharing
The final lesson of the course looks at how to: save a publication run the Design Checker, preview and print a publication, and share a publication.