Microsoft Publisher 2010

The official blog of the Microsoft Publisher product team

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    The page, the sheet and the difficulty to differentiate them (Part 1)

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    It is very likely that in the past some Publisher users got confused regarding the distinction between page and sheet. In the print dialog when should one choose "Multiple pages per sheet" or "Multiple copies per sheet" ? I know this is confusing. This...
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    Publisher 2010 Public Beta Now Available

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    Today, the Publisher 2010 Public Beta is as the name suggests, available to the public. This means that you can now go download it, along with the rest of Office 2010, from www.microsoft.com/2010....
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    Fun with Candy Bar Wrappers

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    One fun and easy project I’ve done using Publisher is to make a candy bar wrapper replica for special occasions. These are simple to create publications that you wrap around a store bought candy bar to dress them up with your information on them. You...
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    Fun With Publisher – Pumpkin Carving Stencils

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    People often think of Publisher as a tool for newsletters, brochures, and other serious business… but, here on the team we also like to use the app for fun projects. From candy bar wrappers to wanted posters, there are all sorts of fun things you can...
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    Intro to uploading templates to Office Online

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    In the previous post, we explored the vast array of Publisher templates available on Office Online that you can download and use for free. Though some of those templates were created by Microsoft, most were created by customers like you. In this post...
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    Intro to downloading from Office Online

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    Microsoft Publisher has always included a large collection of built-in templates to help you create your publications, but did you know that Publisher 2007 can connect to Microsoft Office Online to download snazzy new templates as well? If the answer...
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    A Glorious Tour of Microsoft, Redmond, and Seattle

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    Today's entry is our second in the series from our 2009 summer interns. See the previous entry to find more info on the Microsoft intern program -- Cherie After living most of my life in the state of Michigan, I got the opportunity to move to Redmond...
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    Twelve Weeks and a Hundred Chocolate Milks Later

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    Each summer, Microsoft hosts hundreds of interns from universities around the US and the world. This year, the Publisher team was fortunate to have four – two in Development, one in Program Management, and one in Test. We’ve asked each of these unique...
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    Capturing & Applying Color and Formatting

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    Ever see a color in your Publication, an object, or a favorite picture and wish you knew what it was so that you could apply it to other items in your publication? You can! Ever wish there was an easy way to grab all of the formatting off of one object...
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    Designing a Tri-Fold Brochure

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    We return to our regularly scheduled Publisher tips and trick to bring you pointers for creating a brochure in Publisher 2007. Similar steps can be used for earlier versions of Publisher. Printed materials are an excellent way to communicate information...
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    Giving Feedback on Publisher 2010

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    The Office 2010 Technical Preview invitations have been sent out now, and we're looking forward to getting as much feedback as possible. We have a few tools to get feedback in the technical preview, and we want to make sure you know how to access them...
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    The Publisher Technical Beta is Released!

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    Starting today, people who are part of the Office 2010 Technical Beta and Office 2010 Technical Preview programs start getting access to our first public bits for Publisher 2010. This is good news for you as a reader of this blog, whether or not you are...
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    How to add UI to Publisher for your macro code

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    In this post I wanted to cover something simple that might come up handy when trying to add custom controls to Publisher’s UI that can serve as entry points for your macro subroutines. For that, I created a simple macro that adds a new button to the ...
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    Beta test Publisher 2010!

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    Office is now taking applications for the Technical Beta program for the next release. If you'd like a chance to test drive Publisher 2010 and give us feedback on the upcoming release, fill out the nomination form . You'll need to sign into Microsoft...
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    Did you know ... #2

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    This article is the second in our series of quick tips for Publisher. This week we have a couple of quick tips about working with pages. Did you know ... .....that you can have multiple Master Pages in a publication? CTRL+M to get in and...
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    Scratching the Itch: Using the Publisher Scratch Area for Layout

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    In addition to toolbars, the page, task panes and rulers, there is another area of the Publisher window that is especially useful for working on publications. It's call the Scratch Area, and is a place where you can put textboxes and objects to move them...
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    Mail Merge: A Quick Tutorial

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    This week’s blog post talks about a neat feature of Publisher that makes it much easier to send out personalized publications to the masses. Whether you’re a small business sending out marketing flyers or a home user sending out customized greeting cards...
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    For Booklet Printing - Publisher is the best choice in Office

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    In a recent article on Woody’s Office Watch, a staff writer opined that for printing a booklet in Office, “ the ideal is to start with a standard Word document … ”. This is helpful advice if you have only Word on your computer. Most people, however, also...
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    Coming in SP2: Save as PDF or XPS

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    In this week’s blog post, we’d like to talk about a cool feature that’s coming in Office 2007 Service Pack 2: the ability to save a document as a PDF or XPS file right from your favorite Office applications. First, a little background. Saving as PDF...
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    Did you know ... #1

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    This week's post begins another occasional series, this one in which we'll share with you 2-5 very brief tips for working in Publisher. The series is taken from tips written by one of our senior testers, John Dimmick, and is used to help new hires and...
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    Top Customer Issues Unveiled and Addressed - Commercial Printing

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    This blog entry is geared towards addressing two of the top problems customers have faced when using Publisher for creating commercially printed documents. The hope here is that if you’ve faced a similar situation before, this will be useful. We'll be...
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    PDF and XPS Options in Publisher, Word, and PowerPoint

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    There are 8 applications in the Office 2007 suite that can save as PDF or XPS. Of these all except InfoPath allow you to set a number of options when saving your files. This week well take an in-depth looks at the options shared by all the applications...
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    Greetings and welcome to the Microsoft Office Publisher blog

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    Publisher helps you create great small business marketing material, do desktop publishing from your own home or office, and even offers greeting cards for most occasions. If you’ve bought a pc in the last few years or purchased most versions of Office...
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