Whether you're crafting a birthday card for a surprise party or designing your company's next sales flyer, The Print Shop Deluxe provides a fun and simple way to create professional-looking booklets, brochures, business cards, or Web pages on your desktop.
With The Print Shop Deluxe For Dummies, you get expert advice in easy-to-understand language that enables you to begin creating professional-looking graphics projects right away...
- See how The Print Shop works and take a look at the components that make up a desktop-publishing project.
- Plan and choose the best way to create a Print Shop project.
- Explore the versatile uses of The Print Shop (at home or in the office) to design and make signs and banners, certificates, diplomas, calendars, greeting cards, and labels.
- Use The Print Shop to build Web pages.
- Uncover tips, taboos, and tricks that professionals use to create top-notch publications every day.
About the Author
Wallace Wang is a Boardwatch columnist and the author of several bestselling For Dummies guides. Richard Hing is a technical sales and marketing consultant to Fortune 500 companies.
Table of Contents
PART I: Introducing The Print Shop Deluxe.
Chapter 1: A Quick Introduction to The Print Shop Deluxe.
Chapter 2: Using The Print Shop to Get Started with a Project.
Chapter 3: Working with the Design Desk.
PART II: Making Cool Stuff for You and Your Friends.
Chapter 4: Printing Signs and Banners.
Chapter 5: Making Fake Certificates and Other Official-Looking Documents.
Chapter 6: Designing Your Own Calendars.
Chapter 7: Creating Your Own Greeting Cards.
Chapter 8: Creating Your Own Tee-Shirts.
Chapter 9: Creating Photo Albums.
PART III: Getting Down to Business with The Print Shop Deluxe.
Chapter 10: Designing Labels.
Chapter 11: Creating Business Cards.
Chapter 12: Looking Good with Envelopes and Postcards.
Chapter 13: Writing Fiction with Cover Letters and Resumés.
Chapter 14: Creating Newsletters, Booklets, and Brochures.
Chapter 15: Creating Forms.
Chapter 16: Making a Presentation.
Chapter 17: Going Postal with Mass Mailings.
PART IV: Publishing for the Internet.
Chapter 18: Making Web Pages.
Chapter 19: Presenting Your Web Pages to the World.
PART V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 20: Ten Sources for Finding More Graphics.
Chapter 21: Ten Quick and Fun Projects.
Chapter 22: Ten Rules of Desktop Publishing.
PART VI: Appendixes.
Appendix A: Using 3DGreetings.
Appendix B: Using Photo Organizer.
Appendix C: Editing Pictures with Photo Pro.
Appendix D: Scribbling with Serif DrawPlus.
Appendix E: Storing Data in The Ultimate Mail Manager.
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