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Planning the Publication Just like an architect must create a floor plan before building, so too must a desktop publisher create a plan before generating any publication.
The following steps should be followed when planning any publication.
Step 1 Clearly identify the purpose of your publication. Your publication could be used to ……
Step 2 Assess your target audience. Who am I communicating with?
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Step 4 Decide what you want your readers to do after reading your message. Hello. I would like to place an order please.
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