What s New in Publisher 2003?

What's New in Publisher 2003?

Publisher 2003 provides an easy-to-use environment for creating personal and business publications. Publisher 2003 provides an environment similar to that in previous editions of Publisher, but it also provides enhancements that make creating publications even easier.

Some of the enhancements to Publisher 2003 are as follows :

  • New Master Design Sets Master design sets allow you to create a family of publications such as envelopes, business cards, and stationery that share the same color and design elements. Master design sets are discussed in Lesson 3, "Using Design Sets," in the Publisher section of this book (Part VIII).

  • New Publication Types PowerPoint 2003 also provides support for several new publication types. New greeting card and invitation templates are provided, and PowerPoint now allows you to quickly create CD/DVD labels and e-mail publications such as an e-mail newsletter. E-mail publications are discussed later in this lesson.

  • New Publication Task Pane The redesigned New Publication task pane allows you to quickly select a new publication from several different categories such as Publications for Print, Design Sets, and Blank Publications.

  • Commercial Printing Features Features used to prepare a publication for commercial printing have also been enhanced in PowerPoint 2003. Some of these features are discussed in Lesson 11, "Printing Publisher Publications," in Part VIII of this book.

Publisher also embraces a number of enhancements that are common to the Office 2003 applications such as the Research task pane and Office 2003 Help system. New features found in Office 2003 are discussed in Lesson 1, "What's New in Office 2003?" and the help system is discussed in Lesson 5, "Getting Help in Microsoft Office." Both of these lessons are found in Part I of this book.


Upgrading From Publisher 2000 or Earlier? If you are upgrading to Publisher 2003 from Publisher 2000 or earlier, you will need to become familiar with task panes and other features that have been recently added to the Office suite. Check out the lessons in Part I of this book before working through the lessons in the Publisher section (Part VIII) of this book.

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

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