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Desktop Publishing

Desktop publishing programs allow


publications to be designed for both the
print media and the web. Text and
graphics are combined to produce
professional documents used in the
world of advertising and publishing.
Desktop Publishing
Desktop publishing is not like word
processing, layouts should be planned
in advance and publishing programs
allow the operator greater freedom in
design. Both text and graphics can be
imported from other programs. Other
desktop publishing programs are:
Quark, Ventura, Freelance, CorelDraw,
Photoshop and Adobe PageMaker.
Desktop Publishing programs can be used to
create:

Newspapers
Newsletters
Magazines
Advertisements
Flyers
Invitations
Brochures
Notices
Basic Parts and Functions
Standard Toolbar
It contains buttons for common functions
It is used as a shortcut icon for
frequently use commands such as
saving, undoing actions, or zooming.
Formatting Toolbar
It contains buttons for common text
formatting options
It is used for formatting text and such as
changing font face, size, alignment and
line spacing
Objects Toolbar
This toolbar provides quick access
to insert object actions.
It allows you to insert text boxes,
tables, and shape in your workspace.
Format Publication Task Pane
Provides quick access to
many publisher operations
These panes let you quickly
perform searches, open or
start a new document, view
the contents of a clipboard
(where you have copied or
imported text or graphics), or
format documents and
presentations.
Page Boundary
Represents the edges of the
paper
It indicates whether part of
the layout is included or not
when printing
Page Margin
This part indicates that
text and graphics are to be
placed inside the blue
dotted lines only.
Rulers
A tool to help the user
to measure the length
of textboxes, images,
and other objects
relative to how they will
appear in print.
Used to accurately
place objects and text,
and when setting tabs
Page Icons
Indicate which page is currently selected
Display how many pages the publication
contains
Use to toggle from one page to another
page
MS Publisher Window
Buttons on the Objects Toolbar

Select Objects/Pointer Text Box Insert Table

Insert Word Art Picture Frame


Select Object
Select lines, shapes, graphics, text
boxes, and other objects for resizing,
deleting, moving and other actions
Buttons on the Objects Toolbar

Select Objects/Pointer Text Box Insert Table

Insert Word Art Picture Frame


Text Box, and Insert Table
Creates text boxes for inserting text
Creates tables
Buttons on the Objects Toolbar

Select Objects/Pointer Text Box Insert Table

Insert Word Art Picture Frame


Insert Word Art, and Picture Frame
Adds WordArt to the publication
Adds a picture frame or pictures from
clip art, scanners, cameras, files
Buttons on the Objects Toolbar

Line Arrow Oval Rectangle

AutoShapes Bookmark Design Gallery Content


Objects Library
Line, Arrow, Oval, Rectangle, and
AutoShapes
Creates a line
Creates an arrow
Creates circular and oval shapes
Creates rectangular shapes
Creates variety of unique shapes
Examples: heart, lightning bolt,
callout boxes
Buttons on the Objects Toolbar

Line Arrow Oval Rectangle

AutoShapes Bookmark Design Gallery Content


Objects Library
Bookmark
Adds a bookmark to the location you
desire.
It allows the user to link or refer to a
specific location in a publication
Buttons on the Objects Toolbar

Line Arrow Oval Rectangle

AutoShapes Bookmark Design Gallery Content


Objects Library
Design Gallery Objects, and
Content Library
Inserts a wide array of customizable
objects from Microsoft Publisher Design
Gallery
A storage area for items that you use
frequently in your publication
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