Are you happy with the results you get with MS Publisher for your DTP? If you want to do more with your designing and printing to maximize your experience, you’ll love this collection of tutorials, tips and free templates. Learn how to make your DTP look polished and professional every single time
Before you send out your flyer, newsletter or other publication, you might want to protect it so that no one can make modifications. If you look in Publisher’s menus, though, you won’t find any restriction options. At a loss? Check out these ideas and choose the one that works best for you.
If you have an event coming up that calls for small gifts or simply want to say thank you, offer flowers in a truly unique way. Present a handful of seeds in a tailor-made packet with a special message on it.
Clipart is great. You can use it to make publications more interesting and eye-catching. Sometimes, though, the same old graphics just don’t cut it. Learn how easy it is to spruce up and customize those images.
Whether you are an old hand at desktop publishing or you have never made as much as a postcard on your own, Publisher can help you produce professional-looking designs. Learn tips and tricks that will put you on the road to DTP pro in no time.
Microsoft Publisher is a great tool in creating newsletters, flyers, and even websites, but when it doesn’t work, it can be frustrating. One of these downsides is when pictures in Publisher don’t display.
If you’re looking for a new logo, there’s no need to pay a graphic artist or hire someone who knows how to create fancy computer desktop images. You can learn how to make a logo using Microsoft Publisher, right here and right now.
Graduation programs not only let you follow along with a commencement ceremony, but they also make treasured keepsakes. Make yours even more special by creating it yourself using templates in Microsoft Publisher.
Whether the relationships you want to maintain and even improve are personal or business connections, taking the time to show your appreciation is key. Use any of these free “Thank You” postcards in MS Publisher to send of a quick yet considerate word of thanks.