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1 Microsoft Publisher 2010 Chapter 3 Designing a Newsletter

2 Describe the advantages of using a newsletter medium and identify the steps in its design process Edit a newsletter template and navigate pages Set page options Edit a masthead Import text files Continue a story across pages and insert continued notices Customize the Ribbon Designing a Newsletter2 Objectives

3 Use Publisher’s Edit Story in Microsoft Word feature Select adjacent objects by dragging Insert Page Parts Edit sidebars and pull quotes Insert and edit coupons and patterns Duplicate a graphic and flip it Drag and drop text Hyphenate stories Create a template with property changes Objectives Designing a Newsletter3

4 4 Project – Newsletter

5 Decide on the purpose and audience Plan for the layout and printing Research the topic as it relates to your purpose, and gather data Create the first draft Proofread and revise the newsletter Designing a Newsletter5 General Project Guidelines

6 Click the Options button (Page Design tab | Template group) to display the Page Content dialog box Click the Columns box arrow to display the choices Select the desired number of columns Click the OK button to change the options for the page Designing a Newsletter6 Setting Page Options

7 Designing a Newsletter7 Setting Page Options

8 Click the placeholder text to select it Type the desired text Designing a Newsletter8 Editing Text

9 Click the text to replace with the imported text Click the Insert File button (Insert tab | Text group) to display the Insert Text dialog box Navigate to the desired insert location Double-click the file containing the text you wish to insert If the story is too long to fit in the text box, click the No button in the Microsoft Publisher dialog box Designing a Newsletter9 Importing a Text File

10 Designing a Newsletter10 Importing a Text File

11 As Publisher moves from story to story, click the No button until you arrive at the desired text box to include the remainder of the story Click the Yes button to continue the story in the selected text box Designing a Newsletter11 Continuing a Story across Pages

12 Designing a Newsletter12 Continuing a Story across Pages

13 Scroll to the lower-right corner of the page, and if necessary, click the last column nearest the bottom-right of the page Click the Text in Overflow button to display the pitcher mouse pointer Display the page on which you wish to continue the story Click the text in the story you wish to continue the original story Designing a Newsletter13 Manually Continuing the Story across Pages

14 Designing a Newsletter14 Manually Continuing the Story across Pages

15 Right-click the text that will be continued on the next page to display the shortcut menu Click Format Text Box to display the Format Text Box dialog box Click the Text Box tab to display its settings Click to display a check mark in the Include “Continued on page …” check box Click the OK button to insert the continued notice Right-click the text box where the story flows to display the shortcut menu Designing a Newsletter15 Formatting with Continued Notices

16 Click Format Text Box on the shortcut menu to display the Format Text Box dialog box Click the Text Box tab to display its settings Click to display a check mark in the Include “Continued from page …” check box Click the OK button to insert the continued from notice Designing a Newsletter16 Formatting with Continued Notices

17 Designing a Newsletter17 Formatting with Continued Notices

18 Click File on the Ribbon to open the Backstage view and then click the Options command to display the Publisher Options dialog box Click the Customize Ribbon button to display the Customize the Ribbon gallery Click the ‘Choose commands from’ box arrow to view the list of commands Click Commands Not in the Ribbon to display the list Designing a Newsletter18 Customizing the Publisher Ribbon

19 Select the command you wish to add Click the location in the list of tabs on the right to choose the tab group for the new button If desired, click the New Group button to create a new group Click the Add button to add the selected command to the new group Click the OK button to close the dialog box and create the custom group Designing a Newsletter19 Customizing the Publisher Ribbon

20 Designing a Newsletter20 Customizing the Publisher Ribbon

21 Add the Edit Story in Microsoft Word button to the Ribbon Select the text to update Click the Edit Story in Microsoft Word button on the Ribbon to open the selected story in Microsoft Word Designing a Newsletter21 Editing a Story in Microsoft Word

22 Click the Close button on the title bar of the document to quit Word Right-click the text to display the shortcut menu and then click Best Fit to autofit the text Designing a Newsletter22 Quitting Word and Returning to Publisher

23 Point to the column you wish to delete When the boundary appears, click it and then press the DELETE key To resize a column, click the text box and then drag a sizing handle to widen it – The current width is noted on the status bar Designing a Newsletter23 Deleting and Widening Columns

24 Designing a Newsletter24 Deleting and Widening Columns

25 Click the graphic to replace Right-click the graphic to display the shortcut menu, and then point to Change Picture to display its submenu Click Change Picture on the submenu to display the Insert Picture dialog box Navigate to the desired insert location Double-click the file to insert Click outside the picture to view the insertion Designing a Newsletter25 Replacing a Graphic Using the Shortcut Menu

26 Designing a Newsletter26 Replacing a Graphic Using the Shortcut Menu

27 Starting above and to the left of the first object to select, drag down and to the right to select all desired objects Designing a Newsletter27 Selecting Adjacent Objects by Dragging

28 Click the Page Parts button (Insert tab | Building Blocks group) to display the gallery Click the desired pull quote to insert it Designing a Newsletter28 Inserting a Pull Quote

29 Designing a Newsletter29 Inserting a Pull Quote

30 CTRL+SHIFT+DRAG the graphic from the original location to the location to which you wish to copy it Designing a Newsletter30 Duplicating a Graphic

31 With the graphic to flip selected, click the Rotate button (Drawing Tools Format tab | Arrange group) to display the gallery Click Flip Horizontally or Flip Vertically to flip the selected graphic Designing a Newsletter31 Flipping a Graphic

32 Designing a Newsletter32 Flipping a Graphic

33 Click the Advertisements button (Insert tab | Building Blocks group) to display the gallery Click the desired coupon in the Coupons area Drag the border of the coupon to the desired location Drag the sizing handle to resize the coupon Designing a Newsletter33 Inserting and Formatting a Coupon

34 Designing a Newsletter34 Inserting and Formatting a Coupon

35 Select the text you wish to drag and drop Drag the selection to the desired location Release the mouse button to move the selected text to the location of the mouse pointer Designing a Newsletter35 Dragging and Dropping Text

36 Designing a Newsletter36 Dragging and Dropping Text

37 Click the Hyphenation button (Text Box Tools Format tab | Text group) to display the Hyphenation dialog box Click to remove the check mark in the ‘Automatically hyphenate this story’ check box Click the Manual button to hyphenate the story manually As Publisher moves through the story, click the Yes or No button using the hyphenation rules Designing a Newsletter37 Checking Hyphenation

38 Designing a Newsletter38 Checking Hyphenation

39 Click File on the Ribbon to open the Backstage view Click the Save As command to display the Save As dialog box Type the desired publication name in the File name text box Click the ‘Save as type’ box arrow to display the list of file types Click Publisher Template (*.pub) to choose to save the publication as a template Designing a Newsletter39 Creating a Template with Property Changes

40 Navigate to the desired save location If your name does not appear next to the word, Authors, in the lower portion of the dialog box, double-click the text and then type your name to replace the text Click the Tags box and then type the desired tag words Click the Save button to save the template Designing a Newsletter40 Creating a Template with Property Changes

41 Designing a Newsletter41 Creating a Template with Property Changes

42 Describe the advantages of using a newsletter medium and identify the steps in its design process Edit a newsletter template and navigate pages Set page options Edit a masthead Import text files Continue a story across pages and insert continued notices Customize the Ribbon Designing a Newsletter42 Chapter Summary

43 Use Publisher’s Edit Story in Microsoft Word feature Select adjacent objects by dragging Insert Page Parts Edit sidebars and pull quotes Insert and edit coupons and patterns Duplicate a graphic and flip it Drag and drop text Hyphenate stories Create a template with property changes Chapter Summary Designing a Newsletter43

44 Chapter 3 Complete Microsoft Publisher 2010


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