Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
When you create a new publication based on a design, Publisher inserts a layout for the text and
displays placeholder text in the text boxes, also called objects or frames . The placeholder text
gives you an idea of the text formatting that the design applies and what sort of text you might
place in the text box.
As you build your publication, you replace the placeholder text with your own text. After you add
your text, you can apply formatting to it, as well as move and resize it, as discussed in Chapter 21.
1 Click the text object that you
want to edit.
You may need to zoom in first
to see the text object.
A Publisher surrounds the selected
object with selection handles
( and ).
2 Select the placeholder text
within the object.
3 Type your own text.
Publisher replaces any
placeholder text with the new
text that you type.
Note: To apply formatting to text
and to move and resize text box
objects, see Chapter 21.
You can click anywhere outside
of the text object to deselect
the text box.
To edit the text at any time, you
can click the text box and make