Starting Publisher

Publisher makes it easy for you to create a variety of publication types. These publications can range from business cards to trifold brochures to World Wide Web pages. However, before you can take advantage of Publisher's sophisticated but easy-to-use tools for creating great-looking publications , you need to open the Publisher application window.

To start the Publisher program, follow these steps:

  1. From the Windows XP Desktop, click Start , and point at All Programs . The Programs menu appears (in Windows 2000 select Start , then Programs ).

  2. Point at Microsoft Office , and then select Microsoft Office Publisher 2003 . The Publisher program window appears on the desktop (see Figure 1.1).

    Figure 1.1. The New Publication task pane allows you to create a new publication or open existing publications.


The initial Publisher window supplies you with the launch point for new and existing publications. The New Publication task pane enables you to begin the process of starting a new publication (see Figure 1.1). It also enables you to open existing publications. When you begin a new publication (or open an existing publication), you will find that the Publisher workspace is similar to the workspaces in the other Office applications; it provides menus and toolbars with many of the tools that you are already familiar with if you use Word, Excel, or PowerPoint.

Microsoft Office 2003 All-in-One
Microsoft Office 2003 All-in-One
Year: 2002
Pages: 660
Authors: Joe Habraken

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