- Perform basic tasks in the Microsoft Publisher interface.
- Add content to a publication.
- Format text and paragraphs in a publication.
- Manage text in a publication.
- Work with graphics in a publication.
- Prepare a publication for printing and sharing.
In this Microsoft Publisher 2013 training class, students learn to perform basic tasks in Microsoft Publisher, including how to add content, format and manage text, work with graphics and how to prepare a publication for sharing and printing.
Our instructor-led online classes are conducted in the 2016 version of the software. Your instructor will point out the minor differences between versions where they exist. For our custom instructor-led online and onsite classes, we use the version of the software you use in your office.
- Getting Started with Microsoft Publisher
- Navigate the Interface
- Customize the Publisher Interface
- Create a Publication
- Adding Content to a Publication
- Add Text to a Publication
- Add Pages and Picture Placeholders to a Publication
- Control the Display of Content in Text Boxes
- Apply Building Blocks to a Publication
- Formatting Text and Paragraphs in a Publication
- Format Text
- Format Paragraphs
- Apply Schemes
- Managing Text in a Publication
- Edit Text in a Publication
- Work with Tables
- Insert Symbols and Special Characters
- Working with Graphics in a Publication
- Insert Graphics in a Publication
- Customize the Appearance of Pictures
- Preparing a Publication for Sharing and Printing
- Check the Design of a Publication
- Save a Publication in Different Formats
- Print a Publication
- Share a Publication
Each student will receive a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.
Experience in the following is required for this Microsoft Publisher class:
- Familiarity with using personal computers and a mouse and keyboard (basic typing skills are recommended).
- Comfort in the Windows environment and ability to use Windows to manage information on computers.
- Ability to launch and close programs; navigate to information stored on the computer; and manage files and folders.