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Overview

Learning Microsoft Publisher 2002 is designed to show readers at a variety of levels how to create pages with all kinds of design elements—e.g, formatted text, photographs, lines, and pictures—to create items such as brochures, newsletters, memos, postcards, envelopes, Web pages, and more. The manual provides readers with a total-immersion, hands-on tutorial that walks them step by step, mouse-click by mouse-click, keystroke by keystroke through all the features of Publisher. The well-illustrated, spiral-bound manual contains easy-to-read, appealingly formatted procedural explanations and step-by-step exercises in a multi-part Lesson format. Real-life, on-the-job scenarios make content immediately relevant. An accompanying CD-ROM contains data files. Working with Fonts and Styles. Changing the Design and Layout. Working with Pictures and WordArt. Creating Various Publications. Creating a Web Site. For anyone wanting to develop skills in using Publisher 2002 for desktop publishing.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781585771714
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 1/28/2002
  • Series: DDC Learning Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 271
  • Product dimensions: 8.91 (w) x 10.63 (h) x 0.87 (d)

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Microsoft® Publisher 2002 is Microsoft's desktop publishing program. Use Publisher to create pages with all kinds of design elements, such as formatted text, photographs, lines, and pictures. With Publisher you can create brochures, newsletters, memos, postcards, envelopes, Web pages, and more. How We've Organized the Book

Learning Microsoft® Publisher 2002 is made up of six lessons. Lessons are comprised of short exercises designed to help you create, customize, and publish professional-looking publications—easily and quickly. Every exercise (except for the Critical Thinking Exercises) is made up of seven key elements:

  • On the Job. Each exercise starts with a brief description of how you would use the features of that exercise in the workplace.
  • Exercise Scenario. The Publisher tools are then put into context by setting a scenario. For example, you may be an assistant to the organizer of a Web page design conference creating a Web page advertising the conference.
  • Terms. Key terms are included and defined at the start of each exercise, so you can quickly refer back to them. The terms are then highlighted in the text.
  • Notes. Concise notes for learning the computer concepts.
  • Procedures. Hands-on mouse and keyboard procedures teach all necessary skills.
  • Application Exercise. Step-by-step instructions put your skills to work.
  • On Your Own. Each exercise concludes with a critical thinking activity that you can work through on your own. You may have to create a flyer or create a personal Web page. You are challenged to come up with data and thenadditionally challenged to use the data in a document. The On Your Own sections can be used as additional reinforcement, for practice, or to test skill proficiency.
  • In addition, each lesson ends with a Critical Thinking Exercise. As with the On Your Owns, you need to rely on your own skills to complete the task.

Learning Microsoft® Publisher is made up of six lessons:

  • Lesson 1: Getting Started with Publisher
    This lesson introduces Publisher 2002 and gets you started creating publications. You will use templates and wizards to create quick and easy professional publications.
  • Lesson 2: Working with Fonts and Styles
    Learn to change the font size and style; create bulleted lists; work with frames; create styles; and insert tables into your publication.
  • Lesson 3: Changing the Design and Layout
    For documents to be successful, the design and layout must be effective. You will work with color schemes, create your own design gallery objects and change layout guides.
  • Lesson 4: Working with Pictures and WordArt
    In this lesson, you will use pictures and WordArt to enhance your publications. You will draw .custom shapes, create WordArt, and insert existing files.
  • Lesson 5: Creating Various Publications
    In this lesson, you will use your newly acquired skills to create flyers, newsletters, mailing labels, and brochures. You will also learn to embed fonts and use Pack and Go.
  • Lesson 6: Creating a Web Site
    In this final lesson, you will put many of your Publisher skills together to create a Web site. You will learn to insert hyperlinks, Web forms and pages, and enhance your site with graphics and background sounds.
  • Appendix A: Program Basics
    If you have never used Windows before, you may want to study this appendix to familiarize yourself with the basic functions. You will learn to start Windows, use a mouse, and use the help system.
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Table of Contents

Introduction.

Directory of Files on CD.

Lesson 1: Getting Started with Publisher (Exercises 1-9).

Lesson 2: Working with Fonts and Styles (Exercise 10-18).

Lesson 3: Changing the Design and Layout (Exercise 19-24).

Lesson 4: Working with Pictures and WordArt (Exercises 25-33).

Lesson 5: Creating Various Publications (Exercises 34-42).

Lesson 6: Creating a Web Site (Exercises 43-47).

Appendix A.

Index.

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Preface

Microsoft® Publisher 2002 is Microsoft's desktop publishing program. Use Publisher to create pages with all kinds of design elements, such as formatted text, photographs, lines, and pictures. With Publisher you can create brochures, newsletters, memos, postcards, envelopes, Web pages, and more.

How We've Organized the Book

Learning Microsoft® Publisher 2002 is made up of six lessons. Lessons are comprised of short exercises designed to help you create, customize, and publish professional-looking publications—easily and quickly. Every exercise (except for the Critical Thinking Exercises) is made up of seven key elements:

  • On the Job. Each exercise starts with a brief description of how you would use the features of that exercise in the workplace.
  • Exercise Scenario. The Publisher tools are then put into context by setting a scenario. For example, you may be an assistant to the organizer of a Web page design conference creating a Web page advertising the conference.
  • Terms. Key terms are included and defined at the start of each exercise, so you can quickly refer back to them. The terms are then highlighted in the text.
  • Notes. Concise notes for learning the computer concepts.
  • Procedures. Hands-on mouse and keyboard procedures teach all necessary skills.
  • Application Exercise. Step-by-step instructions put your skills to work.
  • On Your Own. Each exercise concludes with a critical thinking activity that you can work through on your own. You may have to create a flyer or create a personal Web page. You are challenged to come up with data and then additionally challenged to use the data in a document. The On Your Own sections can be used as additional reinforcement, for practice, or to test skill proficiency.
  • In addition, each lesson ends with a Critical Thinking Exercise. As with the On Your Owns, you need to rely on your own skills to complete the task.

Learning Microsoft® Publisher is made up of six lessons:

  • Lesson 1: Getting Started with Publisher
    This lesson introduces Publisher 2002 and gets you started creating publications. You will use templates and wizards to create quick and easy professional publications.
  • Lesson 2: Working with Fonts and Styles
    Learn to change the font size and style; create bulleted lists; work with frames; create styles; and insert tables into your publication.
  • Lesson 3: Changing the Design and Layout
    For documents to be successful, the design and layout must be effective. You will work with color schemes, create your own design gallery objects and change layout guides.
  • Lesson 4: Working with Pictures and WordArt
    In this lesson, you will use pictures and WordArt to enhance your publications. You will draw .custom shapes, create WordArt, and insert existing files.
  • Lesson 5: Creating Various Publications
    In this lesson, you will use your newly acquired skills to create flyers, newsletters, mailing labels, and brochures. You will also learn to embed fonts and use Pack and Go.
  • Lesson 6: Creating a Web Site
    In this final lesson, you will put many of your Publisher skills together to create a Web site. You will learn to insert hyperlinks, Web forms and pages, and enhance your site with graphics and background sounds.
  • Appendix A: Program Basics
    If you have never used Windows before, you may want to study this appendix to familiarize yourself with the basic functions. You will learn to start Windows, use a mouse, and use the help system.
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